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I wish to shape traffic on inbound and outbound traffic . Can I do this with the command on a vlan

interface vlan826
            traffic-shape rate <target bit rate> <bit per interval> < >

Does this command only apply for frame-relay ?

what i wish to do is to make sure that inbound and outbound traffic on gig 6/5 which is in vlan 826, can`t be higher than 2 mb/s. gig 6/5 is a lan interface
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I'm not sure what hardware you're using, but the one that i'm using, a bandwidth management hardware will list out all services running and would allow me to give priority and the min and max amount of bandwidth to allocate.
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I`m using a catalyst 6506
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