We have a lot of 3550 switches, and we use these for customer access ports. We use QoS service policies to shape traffic on the access ports from 2Mbit to 50 Mbit. Unfortunately the 3550 is end of sale, and we have recently bought a couple of 3560.
On the 3650 it's not possible to set "service-policy output" statements on the interfaces. The only thing I can find is "ssr-queue" statements which can limit access ports from 10-90% of it's total speed. Is this really the best way to shape traffic on 3560 switches?
Thanks! Thomas V=E5dahl