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Need help to limit user bandwitdh on cisco 7200

Posted on 2008-10-13
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I need to create a rule on a Cisco 7200 that do the following:
When a user reach X megabytes downloaded the router should limit the user speed, when the user reach Y megabytes downloaded the limit should be different.
An example:

User is downloading nothing, the speed is unlimited.
The User reach 100 mb downloaded, the router limit the speed to 100 kbps
The User reach 200 mb downloaded, the router limit the speed to 80 kbps
and so on....

Any help will be appreciated
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The closest thing Cisco has to that is User Based Rate Limiting but it is only supported on 6500s.
I think your best bet would be to setup a proxy server such as squid or ISA and setup such rules from there.
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