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Bandwidth policing by VLAN

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I have a number of customers sharing an internet connection and I want to rate limit them all so they don't use up all of the pipe at once.
Each customer is assigned a VLAN.

Need some help with the Cisco Syntax;
How can I create a QoS policing policy to rate limit them?
Whenever I try to apply a police it doesn't stick in the configuration.


class-map match any RATELIMIT

policy-map RATELIMIT
  class RATELIMIT
    police cir 25600000 bc 312500 be 312500 conform-action transmit exceed-action drop violate-action drop

int vlan 20
  service-policy input RATELIMIT
  service-policy output RATELIMIT

*That last bit doesn't stick in the config, it takes the command but then doesn't apply to the running config?
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by:kevinhsieh
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Try removing the input policy and just apply the output policy, and see if that makes a difference.

Try using two different policy names for the input and output policy.
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by:PerimeterIT
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nope same thing, I enter the policy command and it accepts it but it doesn't list the command in the running config.
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Turns out this switch doesn't support applying the policy to VLANs, have to apply it to a physical interface
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Found the solution myself, no help from community
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