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Trying to implement traffic shaping on T1 interface. Need help with syntax.

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I have a Cisco ASA 5505 connected to a full T1 behind a leased 1721 (i think) router. The router also feeds directly to our PBX, so we have VOIP traffic going over the T1, but it's not going through the ASA. I'm trying to figure out how to "traffic shape" the T1 interface on the ASA to limit it to 1mbps instead of the full 1.5mbps of the T1. I don't have any access to the router as it's leased from the ISP, so I'm trying to just limit the ASA for now. I know there is some "shape average" type command, but I can't figure out the syntax. If there is some basic commands I can ask the ISP to implement on the router, if that is the better option, please let me know.
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http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/asa/asa72/configuration/guide/qos.html#wp1065257

Try that - QoS for ASA guide. You want policing per flow by the sounds of it.
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I appreciate the link, and I've already found similar documentation from Cisco. What I really need is a clear example of the syntax of how to use the command to "share average" to 1mbps on our outside interface.
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