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Ensuring dedicated bandwidth for a particular host

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We have a cisco 871 in one of our sites. It's a 20 Meg pipe in, one of our customers has asked that we dedicate 10 Meg of that incoming pipe to him.

How do I do that?

Let's say I JUST want IP 10.151.48.101 to have a minimum of 10 Meg

I have the below as an example, can it work,

access-list 1 permit ip 10.151.48.101
!

class-map match-all dedicated
match access-group 1
!

policy-map bw-share
class dedicated
bandwidth 10000
!

int fa0/0
service-policy bw-share out
max-reserved-bandwidth 10000

Will the above work? Is there a better way?
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This could help:

ip access-list extended DEDICATED
  permit 10.151.48.101

class-map DEDICATED
match ip add DEDICATED

policy-map DEDICATED
class DEDICATED
  bandwidth 1000000

interface Dialer1
 bandwidth 1544
service-policy output DEDICATED
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Thanks guys. I had to make a few changes but it still you guys have me a good guide.
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