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posted on February 10th 2016, at 13:26
by lunarg
You can very quickly do bandwidth limiting for a certain network or range of IP addresses.

Create an ACL for the traffic to do bandwidth limiting on. It is required to have a separate ACL as the QoS policy has to be applied to a specific ACL.

So, suppose the internal address range that needs to be limited is the network, then this would become:

access-list guest-wireless-bandwidth extended permit ip anyaccess-list guest-wireless extended permit ip any

Next, set up the QoS policy:

class-map qosmatch access-list guest-wireless-bandwidth policy-map qosclass qos

Provide bandwidth limitations (in this case, it's set to 10Mbp  ...

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