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rate-limit traffic To/From an internal IP to the Internet

How can I implement rate-limiting on an interface to limit available bandwidth for an internal host (i.e. 10.1.1.200)  to a certain amount of bandwidth (256Kbps upload and download)? We need this to test an application to see how it performs under very low bandwidthe. The router is 2821 with two interfaces: Gigethernet 0/0 which has a valid ip address and Gigethernet 0/1 which has an internal IP address (10.1.1.254). all the client computers are simply NATed through this router. Please note that I only need one host (10.1.1.200) to be affected by this limitation and not the rest of the employees.

Any advice would be highly appreciated!

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Re: rate-limit traffic To/From an internal IP to the Internet

Hi Ehsan,

Have you tried the rate limiting command under the interface with an access list specific for that host?

have a look at the command reference guide with examples:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/qos/command/reference/qos_q1.html#wp1054922

HTH

Reza

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