[nsp] Bandwidth Cap Question

BALIGANT Francois WANADOO francois.baligant at wanadoo.com
Fri Mar 28 11:00:25 EST 2003

	c6k with Sup2/MSFC2 can only police incoming
	flows (hence "policing" and not "shaping").

	It means you can limit the amount of data
	your co-located customer send if you apply
	your policer to their VLAN and you can limit
	the amount of data they can receive if you
	apply your policer on your "Internet" VLAN.


-----Message d'origine-----
De : charles spamington [mailto:spamscanner at yahoo.com]
Envoyé : vendredi 28 mars 2003 02:36
À : cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net
Objet : [nsp] Bandwidth Cap Question

	I have a 6500 running in native mode, and I'm
wondering whats the best way to cap VLANs or specific
subnets. I've tried setting up Qos Policers for 1Mbps
but it did not work well at all, and was only able to
do a few kB/s. TAC told me its because of TCP and
theres no way around it.

I do have the 6500 connected to a 7200 for upstream
connectivity, is it better to just do it there? (on a
wan rounter!). It seems to me like many people have
these simple 'caps' in place but its turning into a
complex issue for me, how does everyone else cap
clients with cisco equipment?

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