I have a question regarding basic bandwidth policing and shaping profiles for customers provisioned from ME3800's/ASR9K's/C4900's.
My profiles are usually something simple like this to limit a customer to 50Mb/s (adding a little additional to get them to 50):
policy-map police-50M-up class class-default police rate 70000000 bps conform-action transmit exceed-action drop ! ! end-policy-map ! policy-map shape-50M-down class class-default shape average 70 mbps ! end-policy-map !
My question is can I apply these 2 policy-maps to multiple interfaces so that each interface has its own 50Mb/s bandwidth or is it required that each interface have its own set of policing/shaping profiles? I am not sure if adding multiple interfaces would group them together where and cause them to share 50Mb/s total.
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