Is it possible to archive UBRL (user-based rate-limit) which is a function of flow based policing on a Cisco 7606VXR? The command "police flow mask" is not supported in the 7206 routers or any other platforms other than 6500 and 4500.
Is there a way to do it in MQC only? To rate limit each user on vlan x to have 1Mbps bandwidth?
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