I have to limit the ftp traffic to 4 mb , my interface is 100 mb and i have a DSL service of 10mb on it
I have applied the specified configs but it isnt working
class-map match-all FTP match protocol ftp ! ! policy-map FTP class FTP shape average 4000000 bandwidth percent 30 class class-default bandwidth percent 70
Interface fastethernet 0/0
service-policy output FTP
Can you let me know if thats correct if i have to limit FTP traffic to 4mb , also the bandwidth percent here is over all interface bandwidth or the service i am subscribed for or is that the bandwidth available on teh interface.
The configuration looks correct, it should limit FTP traffic. Can you explain a bit more what is not working?
Could you start an FTP transfer, wait a bit, and take a "show policy-map interface fast 0/0" before it finishes?
The bandwith percent will do bandwidth allocation as a percentage of what is being give to the service policy, in this case it is attached to a fastethernet interface so that will be 30mbps (unless you configured the bandwith on that interface), you can also verify this using show policy-map interface. In this case, you can not get to 30mbps since the shaper will start shaping before at 4mbps.
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