Routers / Switches :: Rate Limit On Specific Port From Specific Range?
Jul 1, 2012
Is it possible to enable an absolute value rate limit using QOS on a HP ProCurve 5406 switch for a particular IP range on a specific port? Is there a way to configure our HP 5406 with an absolute rate limit on "WAN" port for that server's IP range? I would like to limit it to only being capable of sending 1Mbps worth of traffic over the head end at once.Everything in the documentation points towards priority queues, which as far as I can tell, isn't really what I want.Baring accomplishing this goal using rate limiting is there a better way to prevent our services from accidentally saturating this connection?i thimkong about somthing like that:
class ipv4 rate-limit-port-A1
match ip 10.136.0.0/16 any
policy qos port-a1-ratelimit
class servers-to-be-slowed action rate-limit kbps 1000
interface A1 service-policy port-a1-ratelimit inI'm not sure about this.
I use a router RV082 with load balancing. My problem is when I try to access a specific site, I get the error message that my IP address changes and I can not use 2 ip address. I want to specify an ip range to always use the same WAN port.
I would like to be able to allow a specific client to only associate at 6mbit/s -is this possible using the wlc controller 5508? Another option would be to limit a whole w lan ssid to 6mbit/s but i can't find a way to do that either.
Other w lan ssid's on the same access points/controller need full data rates, so i guess i can't use the RF-profiling for this.
I dont mean a website like facebook.com, but i want it to block an individual page,such as a profile page, yet still be able to access the rest of the site? Again i'm not after facebook settings etc, but i want to restrict access to certain webpages within Lan.
I want to know if is possible to publish a port of an internal server to be accesible from internet but only from a specific IP.I know that in Setup menu exists Forwarding but it allows to publish ports to all internet no matter the source IP.
I have RV042 router which is connected to the internet by both the wan ports and I want to use it as a load balancer so that both of my internet connections can be utilized evenly. But now I have an issue in this scenario as my remote application gets logout whenever the communicating IP address changes. Is there any way out so that I can specify the wan port used for a particular public IP address/domain name?
Each of the 2 WAN ports on my RV042G has its own dedicated public IP address. I would like to set up the router so that all incoming traffic on WAN1 is always routed to a specific server (=LAN IP), and vice versa, that particular server's outgoing. Internet traffic is always sent through WAN1.
It has to be controlled by IP address as the system in question is not directly connected to the router, there is a switch in between.
I'm trying to limit the bandwidth on certain ports to 3Mbps and others 1Mbps for a project, however when I do a bandwidth test from a website the speed on the router doesn't seem to change it's as if the changes over telnet aren't actually affecting the swtich's qos settings. I have verified that the policy is attached to the interface and the settings are correct as well.
Need assistance understanding how in ASDM/Configuration/Site-to-Site VPN/Connection Profiles/ "Any Entry" I can specify that I only want to offer an IKE Proposal of pre-share-aes-256-sha?
The IKE Proposal field has a number of possible options including: pre-share-aes-256-md5, pre-share-3des-md5, pre-share-aes-256-sha, pre-share-aes-192-sha, pre-share-3des-md5, pre-share-aes-sha and pre-share-3des-sha.
I am able to pick a specific IPSec Proposal w/o issue but when I attempt to do the same for the IKE Proposal, and click OK the choice does not "stick" but rather returns to the entire list as defined above.
Within the Internet Access Policy section of the browser based utility, is it possible to limit access for a specific device (PC) to LAN only (not allow any traffic to external internet)? I see that you can block internet access for a specific machine, however I didn't know if this was inclusive of LAN as well.If not, is there another way to achieve this via the E3000 or should I be looking for a solution on the specific PC itself?
Need to limit the amount of bandwidth a specific VLAN can use on a 802.1q trunk port. Situation is that we have a pair of Catalyst 4506 switches which have 802.1q trunk ports into a Checkpoint Firewall, this in turn is connected to a managed WAN router (to which I can't apply a QoS policy).If the 4506 was routing the traffic it would be easy to setup a class-map to match the IP traffic and then QoS the traffic, but the VLAN in question is trunked directly into the firewall (no L3/IP presence on the 4506 next hop for all clients on this VLAN is the firewall).What I need to do is restrict any traffic from this specific VLAN to 10Mbps on the uplink to the Checkpoint Firewall so it cannot impact the onward WAN.
I have a cisco 2821 router where as a cisco 2960 switch with connect on router as a trunk & one user vlan . this is my WAN router all traffic are internal . i have 2MB data connectivity on my WAN side. i have to Give a specific Bandwith on my SAP traffice . like when SAP traffice will come they all time get around 50 % bandwidth of my channel. If SAP resuest are not comming then other traffice will get full bandwith .
My company has a peer to peer network of 10 personal computers without a server. Operating systems from Windows XP to Vista. I've recently installed a Cisco RV120W Wireless-N VPN Firewall. It's configured in DHCP Server Mode with printers/copiers that have static IPs below the DHCP range.
I'm having a problem with certain stations being used for personal networking, shopping, etc. during business hours. Consequently I would like to limit internet access on these stations. However, some internet access is required because of online database software that's an integral part of our business. I've been reading in the Administration Guide about URL Blocking. Would it be possible to give static IPs to certain stations and then limit their internet access to 1 or 2 specific websites?
FYI, I've read about the Trusted Domains and Blocked Keywords but cannot quite understand how to parley this into the solution I need.
configuring a switch or a router to limit the bandwidth for a specific user/IP when need it. Most of my remote offices are configured like this:
Users ------ 3560 switch ------- 2801 router -------- T1 to NOC -------- 7204 router with channelized DS3
I use Netflow Analyzer for high bandwidth usage alerts and can see the user's IP right away when someone is clogging our T1s. My goal is to be able to temporarily limit the bandwidth of the user taking over the T1. Whatever is best switch config or on the router.
Using a Cisco 1800 series router (1802) with IOS 15.1(4)M2.I am quite sure the following should somehow be possible in IOS, but I can't figure out how to do it ... :I have the situation that I need to bind specific devices by DHCP to the same IP range.
These devices (medical equipment, used in hospital) are all from the same vendor.So the first three octets in the MAC address (Organizationally Unique Identifier , OUI) are the same for each device. The next three are always 'unknown'.I know how to bind a fully known MAC address to a host ip or ip range , but is it somehow possible to do this by the OUI ?Like using some wildcard option.
is it possible to shutdown a specific port on my 3750x and monitor this port at the same time .for example , im dealing with a mac authenticated network using port security , i want to shut down all the ports that are not used at the moment , however , if some one gets connected to the one of the shutdown ports i want to know the mac address of the user or atleast to know that i have someone who is just plugged in to the one of the shutdowned ports .
Is it possible to rate limit on a L2 trunk port on a 3750?
current port config and ios are as follows;
interface GigabitEthernet1/0/50 description *** Connection to Fiber Link *** switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q switchport trunk allowed vlan 1,172 switchport mode trunk end flash:c3750-advipservicesk9-mz.122-46.SE.bin
i was wondering if the "srr-queue bandwidth limit 10" command would work to limit the output from this interface to be 10 % of the port bandwidth and then the same command could be done on the other side.
I want to limit the bandwidth going to remote site on the switch connecting to our netapp.We have a 4 port channel group setup on our 3750x switch going to our netapp storage. We have a Wan 100mb link to our remote site and we want only 60MBs of that link to be used for Netapp traffic all other local traffic needs to use the full amount of the bandwidth to the netapp.
Is possible to allocate bandwidth in this way and how would I go about this? We dont have access to the routers for the link and they plug directly into a port on our cisco.
I am trying to Port Forward HTTP: 80, but my Router wont let me and it keep giving me this error message Status: Port Range Overlap with Remote Management.I have a NETGEAR CG814GCMR Router, I need to add that port for setting up a Game private server online, but my router wont let me, how to fix it?
Buy a router RV120W, and one of the reasons is limit of bandwidth (QoS). I set up a profile of 1-256 kbps limit, and apply it to the only VLAN that is configured, but does not work and can navigate using the full bandwidth of the internet connection. My firmware version is 18.104.22.168