rate-limit or police question

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Michael Letchworth, Apr 7, 2007.

  1. I'm looking for a solution to limit bandwidth on a vlan. I have several
    AP1230's and a couple of WLC2000 that have 2 vlans associate to SSID's.
    I want vlan 10 to have full bandwidth to our internet connection but I
    on want to give a total of 200k (the whole vlan) to vlan 20. Basically
    I'm using vlan 20 for a quest ssid and is wide open for anyone to
    connect too where as vlan 10 business use and requires priority.

    I know QOS will give vlan 10 priority over 20 but I also want to stop
    users on vlan 20 from download large amounts of files.

    I have a 6509 as our core switch to a pix then to our outbound router.
    The AP's are all over the place on older cisco switches connected via
    fiber and trunking vlans.
     
    Michael Letchworth, Apr 7, 2007
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  2. Michael Letchworth

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    "Michael Letchworth" <> wrote in message
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    > I'm looking for a solution to limit bandwidth on a vlan. I have several
    > AP1230's and a couple of WLC2000 that have 2 vlans associate to SSID's. I
    > want vlan 10 to have full bandwidth to our internet connection but I on
    > want to give a total of 200k (the whole vlan) to vlan 20. Basically I'm
    > using vlan 20 for a quest ssid and is wide open for anyone to connect too
    > where as vlan 10 business use and requires priority.
    >
    > I know QOS will give vlan 10 priority over 20 but I also want to stop
    > users on vlan 20 from download large amounts of files.
    >
    > I have a 6509 as our core switch to a pix then to our outbound router. The
    > AP's are all over the place on older cisco switches connected via fiber
    > and trunking vlans.


    You can rate limit limit this on whatever device you have the layer 3
    interface for vlan 20. QoS can not only be use do prioritize traffic but to
    also rate-limit (police) the data to a specific limit. Don't forget that
    you will need to rate-limit the traffic in both directions.

    Scott
     
    Thrill5, Apr 7, 2007
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