You can use a class-map to match the traffic and a policy-map for rate limiting
ip access-list 101 permit ip X.X.X.X 0.0.0.255 Y.Y.Y.Y 0.0.0.255
class-map match-any customer-traffic
match access-group 101
police cir 30000
interface s0/0---- interface connected to the customer
service-policy output internet
service-policy input internet
Thomas Summers wrote:
I have a Cisco 7606 running 12.2. I want to limit the interface that is used by one of our customers to 30M.
Put a QoS policy on the port rate limiting it.
Something like this
class-map match-any ip-any match access-group 1 ! policy-map 30Mbps class ip-any police 30000000 0 exceed-action drop ! interface FastEthernet0/1 description "customer 123 port 1" no switchport ip address 172.16.0.1 255.255.255.252 no ip proxy-arp service-policy input 30Mbps
service-policy output 30Mbps
duplex full speed 100
I haven't done this myself (I don't have any 7600's, let alone need to police bandwidth) - I shamelessly stole it from somewhere else and modified it - but you should get the idea - JFGI for more examples.
do you need a total of 30 Mbps RX/TX (15Mbps send / 15Mbps Receive) or 30Mbps for each way?
you can apply you police on the class-default which basicaly includes all traffic not in a list or defined!
police 30000000 conform-action transmit exceed-action drop
service-policy in LIMIT
service-policy out LIMIT
pls Rate if Helped