What is the range of bandwidth rate limit


The bandwidth rate limit ranges from 1 Mbps to 300 Mbps.

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What is the bandwidth limitation on subcards
The subcards in the front slot and rear slot use the same chip that provides 4x10 Gbit/s bandwidth. Therefore, the S5700EI or S5700SI stacks set up through stack cards have the following limitations: A stack card can be used with a 2x10G subcard. The two stack interfaces on the stack card occupy 20 Gbit/s bandwidth, and the 2 x 10G subcard occupies 20 Gbit/s. A stack subcard cannot be used with a 4 x GE subcard. The GE interfaces on the 4 x GE subcard are actually 10GE interfaces with their rates limited, so the actual bandwidth of the subcard is 4x10 Gbit/s. This subcard occupies all the 4x10 Gbit/s bandwidth of the chip, and thus there is no available bandwidth for the stack card.

How to configure rate limiting based on the time range on an AR
You can use an ACL to match data flows for which rate limiting is performed and set a time range. 1. Use a traffic policy for rate limiting. 2. Configure rate limiting on an interface.

Bandwidth range for GPU pass-through
The bandwidth required for GPU pass-through ranges from 10 Mbit/s to 60 Mbit/s.

How to configure bandwidth limiting on an AR?
Traffic shaping, traffic policing, and interface-based rate limiting can be configured to limit bandwidth. 1. Configuration commands: The qos gts command configures traffic shaping. The qos car command configures traffic policing. The qos lr command configures interface bandwidth. 2. Log in to the web system, choose QoS > Traffic Management > Policy Parameter Configuration, and set parameters.

Units of CAR parameters
The CIR and PIR are expressed in kbit/s, and the CBS and PBS are expressed in bytes.

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