I'm thinking about applying differente traffic shaping to packets with different destination in the same interface. So the idea is to identify the traffic in the inbound interface, and then if the packet destination is X then he gets 5Mbps but if the packet destination is Y then he gets 10 Mbps.I've tried with acls, but I figured that you can't assign two different acls to the same intreface. I cant use subinterfaces.
I have another question. Do I have to apply the acl on the interface?
No you don't. ACL's can be used for a number of different things eg. route-maps, NAT, QOS and none of these need the acl to be applied to the interface. Just apply the service-policy and you will be fine.
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