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[ScreenOS] Can the traffic bandwidth on sub-interfaces in system devices be configured?

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Article ID: KB21720 KB Last Updated: 16 Sep 2011Version: 1.0
Summary:
This article provides information on the configuring of the traffic bandwidth on sub-interfaces in system devices.
Symptoms:
When the traffic bandwidth on any of the sub-interfaces is configured in the system devices, it gets applied on the physical interface to which the sub-interface is bound to and all other sub-interfaces bound to this physical interface.


For example:
FW-> set interface ethernet2/1 bandwidth 89

FW-> get int e2/1
Interface ethernet2/1:
description ethernet2/1

bandwidth: physical 0Mbps, configured 89Mbps

FW-> get int e2/1.2
Interface ethernet2/1.2:
description ethernet2/1.2

bandwidth: physical 0Mbps, configured 89Mbps

FW-> get int e2/1.1
Interface ethernet2/1.1:
description ethernet2/1.1

bandwidth: physical 0Mbps, configured 89Mbps
Cause:

Solution:
For systems devices, all sub-interfaces share traffic bandwidth of their physical interface to which they are bound; we cannot set this individually on sub-interfaces.
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