policer (Applying to a Logical Interface)
Apply a single-rate two-color policer—except for a physical interface policer—to Layer 3 input or output traffic at a logical interface.
To rate-limit all traffic types, regardless of the protocol family, you can apply a logical interface policer at the logical unit level of a supported interface.
To rate-limit traffic of a specific protocol family, you can apply a basic two-color policer, a bandwidth policer, or a logical interface policer at the protocol family level of a supported interface.
You cannot apply a physical interface policer as part of the interface configuration. You can apply a physical interface policer by referencing the policer from a physical interface filter term.
input policer-name—Name of one policer to evaluate packets received on the interface.
output policer-name—Name of one policer to evaluate packets transmitted on the interface.
Required Privilege Level
interface—To view this statement in the configuration.
interface-control—To add this statement to the configuration.