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Hi,

we have a  cisco 3750  with 3 vlan configured. my ISP give   me only 6Mbps.

how can i do to  shape  my output traffic to send  only 5.8 Mbps in my internet Pipe!! and give  priority by VLAN !!!

 

class-map match-any vlan_10
match vlan 10

!

class-map match-any vlan_11
match vlan 11
!
class-map match-any vlan_13
match vlan 13

!
policy-map shared_internet
class vlan_11
   priority percent  40  
class vlan_13
   bandwidth percent 20
class class-default
   fair-queue
!
policy-map  SHAPING-6Mbps
 class class-default
shape average 5800000  
  service-policy shared_internet
!
!
interface Gi 1/0/1
bandwidth 6000
ip address x.x.x.x y.y.y.y
duplex auto
service-policy output SHAPING-6Mbps
!

 

 

 

 

 

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The 3750s don't support ISR CBWFQ policies.  What they provide is four egress queues which you can shape individually or allocate bandwidth ratios between.  The 3750 also supports setting Q1 as a PQ.  It also allows a physical port to "shape" although not very precisely.

Cisco's main site has documentation and whitepapers explaining 3750 QoS features.

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