[j-nsp] Per Port Per VLAN rate-limiting on EX series
mgehrmann at macquarietelecom.com
Tue Sep 2 19:57:23 EDT 2014
You can make use of policers and use them once or many times.
Every model should support policers however my experience has been on EX4200 & EX4500.
Example from http://www.juniperlab.info/p/interface-rate-limit-on-ex.html:
1. Configure the policer
root at juniperlab# set firewall policer Policer_2M if-exceeding bandwidth-limit 1M
root at juniperlab# set firewall policer Policer_2M if-exceeding burst-size-limit 2k
root at juniperlab# set firewall policer Policer_2M then discard
2. Configure the firewall filter
root at juniperlab# set firewall family ethernet-switching filter Limit term 1 then accept
root at juniperlab# set firewall family ethernet-switching filter Limit term 1 then policer Poicer_2M
3. Apply filter on interface (can be any interface as required)
root at juniperlab# set interface ge-0/0/24.0 family ethernet-switching filter input Limit
Note: Remember that EX series switches apply rate limit only on ingress.
From: juniper-nsp [mailto:juniper-nsp-bounces at puck.nether.net] On Behalf Of Robert Hass
Sent: Monday, 1 September 2014 11:18 PM
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Subject: [j-nsp] Per Port Per VLAN rate-limiting on EX series
I just want to be sure on which EX modes are Per port Per VLAN rate-limiting supported ?
I'm interested this mostly in aspect of:
Can any one also give me some configuration clue how to check it ? I have no experience on EX series so looking for clues how to configure think like
- port xe-1/0/0
- rate-limit VLAN 101 to 10Mbps (ingress) and 11Mbps (egress)
- rate-limit VLAN 102 to 20Mbps (ingress) and 22Mbps (egress)
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