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Re: QOS question posted 08/15/2001
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Hi prashant,

There is a way to do it..that I know of... Basically you change the bits per interval, sustained to achieve the rate. Just play with the value and you will know the ratio.

When you force the excess rate to 0 , you can see there is a definite ratio between target rate and sustain rate.

In your case,

2#sh traffic-shape

Interface   To2/0/0
       Access Target    Byte   Sustain   Excess    Interval  Increment Adapt
VC     List   Rate      Limit  bits/int  bits/int  (ms)      (bytes)   Active
-             2000000   25000  200000    0         100       25000     -

Hope this helps


At 11:19 PM 8/14/2001 -0700, Prashant Karunakaran wrote:
I came accross this problem wherein on a router interface  i need to
provide   2 MB of the bandwidth on the interface to HTTP traffic every
100ms. I thought of using the rate-limit command on the interface with
an access-list permiting www traffic, but i couldn't find any option to
set the interval of 100ms.
Is there any other command  to get this done?
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