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QoS Limit Bandwidth for group user

  • 1.  QoS Limit Bandwidth for group user

    Posted 08-27-2017 14:05
    Hi all,

    I configured Dynamic VLAN in WS C-35. I have 1 Wireless Service, SSID: Buiding. In other hand, I have 2 group users : “Employee”(VLAN20) and “VIP”(VLAn30) in SSID “Buiding”. Two group users (Employee and VIP) are configured in Radius server. And I want to QoS limit bandwidth to each group. “Employee” is limited 2Mbps/user; “VIP” is limited 5Mbps/user.

    Please give me a guide to implement.



    Thanks




  • 2.  RE: QoS Limit Bandwidth for group user

    Posted 08-27-2017 23:42
    Just a question. your limits say 2 Mbps/user and 5 Mbps/user, but you ask for groups to be rate limited. Please clarify, is it the user or user group?


  • 3.  RE: QoS Limit Bandwidth for group user

    Posted 08-28-2017 02:02
    Hi Matthew Hum,
    I want to QoS limit bandwidth user. (users are configured by AD/Radius server (Window server 2008))
    Thanks


  • 4.  RE: QoS Limit Bandwidth for group user

    Posted 08-28-2017 02:36
    Hi Matthew Hum,
    How to match 2 CoS (Employee and VIP) with 1 SSID "Building"?


  • 5.  RE: QoS Limit Bandwidth for group user

    Posted 08-28-2017 03:56
    Hi Long,

    Rate limits are configured on a rule, role, or WLAN. Please check the KB article below,

    https://gtacknowledge.extremenetworks.com/articles/How_To/How-to-configure-rate-limiting-on-IdentiFi

    Regards,
    Nathiya M


  • 6.  RE: QoS Limit Bandwidth for group user

    Posted 08-28-2017 02:36
    If you include the SSID as a specific TLV attribute, then you can use that as a conditional in your access rule. But it shouldn't matter, as all the other RADIUS clients, if they do not understand the specially formatted Filter-ID that the EWC understands, then they should ignore it, and it won't affect anything else.

    Specifically creating rules to only send the filter-ID back for that SSID becomes more complicated, unless you are using different policies for the same user on different SSIDs that are dynamically assigned, in which case you will need to more granularly write your access rules in NPS.