Re: Shaping the Traffic to Limit the Bandwidth toward ISP As you've discovered, a 7600 doesn't normally support shaping (and exception would be if using a FlexWAN card). 7600 is a bit weak in other QoS feature too.

Comparing Traffic Policing and Traffic Shaping for The result of traffic shaping is a smoothed packet output rate. Shaping implies the existence of a queue and of sufficient memory to buffer delayed packets, while policing does not. Queueing is an outbound concept; packets going out an interface get queued and can be shaped. Only policing can be applied to inbound traffic on an interface. UNMS - Suspension, Traffic Shaping and Aggregation On older versions of UNMS (v0.14.x), Traffic Shaping is manually configured directly on Client Sites. On the newer versions (v1.0.0+). it is possible to use the new integrated CRM module to manage Suspension and Traffic Shaping according to ISP business plans and tariffs. Glasnost: Test if your ISP is shaping your traffic

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Aug 31, 2017 · Re: Traffic Shaping - Independent Link Padding to prevent ISP spying « Reply #8 on: September 01, 2017, 04:46:15 pm » I think the main impetus behind the research was the recent move in the USA to allow ISP's to gather data from their subscribers and sell it on. Although these posts are probably of interest to smallish Internet Service Providers and administrators of business networks, they don't have much use for the average broadband customer. If you're a BitTorrent user and tired of having your P2P traffic squeezed by your ISP, here are two things you can do to try and defeat that traffic shaping. Web traffic management is an important part of your broadband package as it has an impact on the speed of Internet you receive. As it has a number of names – from bandwidth management to traffic shaping – it can seem overly complicated, but it doesn’t need to be. Sep 03, 2014 · The reason being that ISP’s will throttle traffic based on port. In the case of newsgroups (NNTP) traffic the default ports are 119 (non-secure) and 563 (SSL). Changing port numbers can help you get around the issue. See our alternate ports table for more details. The other option to help avoid ISP throttling is to use a VPN.

The ISP is telling me they police traffic to ~150Mbps (anything above gets dropped). So, they recommend I traffic shape on my router facing them. The connection between my router and the ISP is a gig interface. I ended up doing this: policy-map pm-150 class class-default shape average 150000000 shape max-buffers 4096. interface GigabitEthernet0/1

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