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Limit P2P in Global policy

daniel.espi
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Beginner

HI,

I have defined one global policy (Rate Limit: 40 Mbps) shared for hundreds of users and I'd like to know if I can limit total P2P traffic to 10 Mbps in that global policy. I don´t want to filter P2P traffic by subscriber.

Thanks in advance

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Tom Debruyne
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

I don't think this is possible, it would require to have global policy as child of an other global policy.

Tom

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Hi Daniel,

Sorry if I was not clear, when I said : "it would require", I meant that it is not possible currently.

I have now checked further and got the confirmation that at the moment you cannot do what you are describing. 

What you can do now is at a subscriber level, for example, limit total BW for subscriber to 4Mbps and inside it, limit P2P to 1Mbps.

Cheers,

Tom

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Tom Debruyne
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

I don't think this is possible, it would require to have global policy as child of an other global policy.

Tom

Hi Tom,

I don´t know how i can nest global policies. I haven´t found anything about it. Can you help me?

Thanks.

Hi Daniel,

Sorry if I was not clear, when I said : "it would require", I meant that it is not possible currently.

I have now checked further and got the confirmation that at the moment you cannot do what you are describing. 

What you can do now is at a subscriber level, for example, limit total BW for subscriber to 4Mbps and inside it, limit P2P to 1Mbps.

Cheers,

Tom

Thanks Tom,

I've already understood it. I'll do it limiting by subscriber.

Regards

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