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Allocating interface bandwidth per subnet on IOS -

Allocating interface bandwidth per subnet on IOS -

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Hi, quick synopsis: - we currently utilize a broadband controller (managed by a 3rd party) to allocate bandwidths per tenant (Vlan/subnet) within our organization. This has many, many restrictions and is not proving to be scalable or granular. Apart from this appliance (it is our one box stop, firewall etc.) we are a complete Cisco house.

I have been looking into moving onto a cisco platform to replace this function. From what I have done it seems that we could create policy/class maps to allocate bandwidth, but one thing we need to do is obviously NAT as we are using 10.0.x.0/24 subnets for tenants at present (limitation on current box to all subnets are /24 !!)

Has anyone any sites where something similar is done.............in a nutshell, multiple tenants (Vlans/subnets) carving up say a 1 GB circuit, NAT'd ???

This would then allow us to run HSRP etc., which again currently we can’t do as DG have to be the appliance sad

Cheers,

M1strals

RE: Allocating interface bandwidth per subnet on IOS -

get a couple of ASA's for clustering.
qos is supported, and so is nat.
and it adds security and redundancy for ya'lls.

if you are across only one site, then cluster them.. if you are across multiple sites (actually have a DR site) then go active/passive...
you can further separate each tenant from each other by using contexts...

We must go always forward, not backward
always up, not down and always twirling twirling towards infinity.

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