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Service-Policy input command problems

I have a set of stacked Cisco 3750v2 switches which are running QOS with a bandwidth limiting service policy.  The switch is configured as follows -

I have a /26 internet routable address space similar to the following 1.1.1.64/26 (used as an example only)

I have a /29 internet routable address space similar to the following 2.2.2.1/29

1.  I have two layer 3 routed ports setup in a port channel.  The port channel is then configured with a routable IP Address in the 2.2.2.1/29 range - ip address 2.2.2.2 255.255.255.248

2.  I have a default route to route all traffic upstream to an ISP router similar to the following - ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 2.2.2.6

2.  The port channel is used to route traffic upstream to an ISP router for internet access

3.  I have 8 VLANs present each with an SVI for 8 different customers, with each customer subnetted into a /29. Example -

Customer A

Network ID - 1.1.1.64

Subnet Mask - 255.255.255.248

SVI IP - 1.1.1.65

Useable IPs - 1.1.1.66 - 1.1.1.70

Broadcast - 1.1.1.71

This continues for all 8 customers. 

I then have a service policy which limits download bandwidth to certain speeds for each customer.  We originally only had a single connection to the upstream ISP, but now the requirement has arisen for redundant connectivity.  In order to counteract this I have created the port channel setup above to make the routable connection to the internet redundant.  However, I am not able to apply my service policy to the port channel interface because it is not supported on these switch versions.  My question is this -

Can i apply the service policy to the individual physical ports that are members of the port channel and have it apply as it would it it was configured on the port channel itself?

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Service-Policy input command problems

Hi Nicholas,

Can i apply the service policy to the individual physical ports that are members of the port channel and have it apply as it would it it was configured on the port channel itself?

ehmmm .. not sure what you mean by that.

Anyway as per IP Unicast routing config guide for 3750

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/docs/switches/lan/catalyst3750/software/release/12.2_58_se/configuration/guide/swiprout.html#wp1210866

PBR Configuration Guidelines

You can apply a policy route map to an EtherChannel port channel in Layer 3 mode, but you cannot apply a policy route map to a physical interface that is a member of the EtherChannel. If you try to do so, the command is rejected. When a policy route map is applied to a physical interface, that interface cannot become a member of an EtherChannel.

So you need to apply it on the L3 portchannel interface.

If your release is too old and don't accept that (I don't remember a release which did not accept the command on EC interface anyway.. but maybe it is just me) you have to upgrade to newer software.

please rate and close question if helpful.

BR,

Riccardo

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