Stubby Post – Time-based ACLs and Policy-maps

Certain divisions of the company tend to shoot themselves in the foot by kicking off large file transfers during business hours, so I had a thought that maybe we could use time-based ACLs to do some QoSing for those guys. I fired up GNS3 with a 3600 running 12.4(25b) with some virtual PCs on it’s Ethernet interfaces.

First, I set the router’s time to outside of the time range and sent some pings over.

Alright, that’s expected. Now let’s set the clock to within the time range and repeat.

How about that?  Time-based ACLs seems to work with policy-maps.  I didn’t know that.

Aaron Conaway

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1 comment for “Stubby Post – Time-based ACLs and Policy-maps

  1. Ken Lai
    May 7, 2010 at 10:59 am

    considering the ACL is a filter of the packets.

    in a process chain, packets filtered through will be processed in next policy。

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