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Rate-limit with named access-list

Is it possible to configure rate-limit with named access-list?

Thanks.

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Re: Rate-limit with named access-list

Hello.

You can't use a named access-list with CAR when you configure rate-limiting with the interface command 'rate-limit'

Cisco are trying to phase this out in favour of MQC. So you can use a named ACL is you use MQC as per below:

ip access-list extended MY_ACL

permit any any

class-map match-all MATCH_ACL

match access-group name MY_ACL

policy-map NETPRO

class MATCH_ACL

police cir 128000

interface Serial0/0

service-policy input NETPRO

Simon

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Re: Rate-limit with named access-list

Hello Josepho,

no you cannot used named ACLs to define traffic to be rate limited

see

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/qos/command/reference/qos_q1.html#wp1015612

only numbered ACLs are accepted.

An alternative way can be that of using Modular QoS that uses class-maps and policy-maps.

Hope to help

Giuseppe

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Re: Rate-limit with named access-list

I have tried the MQC method but it don't have any effect, I am sending 10Meg and receiving that 10 Meg on the remote side. My devics are 7609 and 7613 Cisco routers.

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Re: Rate-limit with named access-list

Hey mailaglady2,

How did u do the config? I have not tried this MQC but I strongly believe that, it should work when u police the traffic.

Please elaborate on exactly what the test was and how the configs were made.

Thanks.

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