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Cisco 2960 Inbound Rate Limiting Command

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Hi,

I used srr-que command to do outbound bandwidth limit and I've used this command example to do inbound rate limiting on Cisco 2960.

mls qos

ip access-list extended ACL_SLAP
 permit ip any any

class-map match-all CLASS_SLAP
  match access-group name ACL_SLAP

policy-map POLICY_SLAP
  class CLASS_SLAP
    police 8000000 100000 exceed-action drop

interface GigabitEthernet0/2
 service-policy input POLICY_SLAP

I dont really understand whats the correct burst size that need to be configure for 1mb, 10mb, 100mb or so. Need an expert advise to enlighten the correct burst size and for each rate limiting mentioned above.

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in your police statement you would want to do something like this, if I'm thinking what your thinking.

policy-map POLICY_SLAP
  class CLASS_SLAP
    police 1250000 12500000 conform-action transmit exceed-action drop
              (normal   (max
               burst)     burst)


1mbps = 125,000 bytes per sec
10mbps = 1,250,000 bytes per sec
100mbps = 12,500,000 bytes per sec
1000mbps = 125,000,000 bytes per sec
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