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satish.txt1
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ASR 1001-x throughput

ASR 1001-x comes with 2.5 default throughput, We are planning to terminate 10G link on ASR1001-x but we have legit traffic only 1G but sometime we getting 5GB around DDoS so if i use ACL to drop that bad traffic on ingress interface in that case how does 2.5G restricted throughput will affect me? 

Does cisco restrict throughput based on ingress traffic or egress traffic? 

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Reza Sharifi
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2.5 is the total throughput of the box which includes ingress and egress interfaces.

HTH

This is what i found. Doesn't it saying it apply only to egress?

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My understanding has been ASRs bandwidth limit apply to bandwidth crossing the backplane, but counting the aggregate of egress is about the same.  In either case, I would think bandwidth blocked by an interface ingress filter shouldn't count.

You mean say, in my case i don't need to buy $20k license to get 10GE throughput because my requirement is all about dropping bad traffic at ingress interface while we under attack, and legit traffic is around 1Gbps only (egress). 

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Correct, as that's how I understand it should work.