RE: QOS question posted 08/16/2001
Use the formula Tc = Bc/CIR (Tc= Interval Bc=Commited burst) along with
your access list to solve this problem. There is no need to "play" with
these values if you apply this formula correctly.
From: Jay Chandradas
To: Prashant Karunakaran
Sent: 8/15/01 9:32 AM
Subject: Re: QOS question
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
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,
Access Target Byte Sustain Excess Interval Increment
VC List Rate Limit bits/int bits/int (ms) (bytes)
- 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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