traffic-limit problem and ip precedence


I have a question relating to throttling of traffic. A standard access list wont work as you cannot apply traffic shape to the in and out interface of a serial interface. I have 2 lines - one to an international provider and one for local traffic. A client wants 128k of "international" access, therefore I create a access list limiting user to 128k (I put this access list on the serial interfact going to the international provider.). That limits outgoing international traffic. International traffic coming in has an ip precedence of 2. Is there a way I can apply traffic shape on the ethernet interface to limit traffic going to network x.x.x.x/28 and the traffic has ip precedence of 2 ?

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tony skrev:

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