We´ve a 10G interface, this is a MPLS trunk between one ASR 9010 and a 7613, and the first thing that we do is through a policy-map TK-MPLS_TG we make a shape of 2G to the interface to the output:
interface TenGigE0/3/0/0 cdp mtu 1568 service-policy output TK-MPLS_TG ipv4 address 172.16.19.134 255.255.255.252 mpls mtu 1568 !
shape average 2000000000 bps
bandwidth 2000000 kbps
and we´ve the policy TK-MPLS_EDGE-WAN as a service-policy inside, this new policy help us to asign bandwidth percent to 5 class-map, wich in turn match with experimental values classified when they got in to the router:
class-map match-any W_RTP match mpls experimental topmost 5 match dscp ef end-class-map ! class-map match-any W_EMAIL match mpls experimental topmost 1 match dscp cs1 end-class-map ! class-map match-any W_VIDEO match mpls experimental topmost 4 3 match dscp cs3 cs4 end-class-map ! class-map match-any W_DATOS-CR match mpls experimental topmost 2 match dscp cs2 end-class-map ! class-map match-any W_AVAIL match mpls experimental topmost 0 match dscp default end-class-map !
bandwidth percent 5
bandwidth percent 5
bandwidth percent 30
bandwidth percent 15
bandwidth percent 2
what we want to do is to assign a especific bandwidth to the proxy to the output using the class W_AVAIL, the proxy is 22.214.171.124. We´ve an additional requirement, wich is not apply this "rate" to some networks we are going to list only 4 in the example, so what we did was a new policy-map with a new class-map and a new ACL :
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