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How do I control how much bandwidth an application can use on my Cisco Infratstructure

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I have a customer I host applications for for.  We recently moved all the company's files over to our datacenter.  So this customer is constantly downloading and uploading files to and from our datacenter.  Depending on the size of the file this can really eat up bandwidth.  I attached a network diagram showing what my network looks like.  The 10.7.0.0/22 network is where their files are located.  Is there anyway I can limit how much bandwidth they use transferring files.  I have other customer applications on the 10.7.0.0/22 network as well, and I don't want them to be affected.  Is this possible to do with the infrastructure I have?  Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.
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Thanks, I've read over packet shaping, QOS, rate limiting etc, before I posted the question.  What I a looking for is an example configuration for what I am trying to accomplish.  I need to limit how much bandwidth they can consume when transferring files from their location to our data center.  If you could provide a specific example I would be greatly appreciative.  Thanks.

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