Kevin Dorrell, CCIE #20765

30 Mar 2008

13.12 Router QoS

Filed under: QoS — dorreke @ 11:27

Notes to self:

  • When making a policy-map, there is no need to include a class-default clause unless the default requires a policy.  The class-default is transmitted by default.
  • When doing single threshold policing, the default actions are confirm=transmit, exceed =drop.  There is no need to specify thos explicitly.  In that case, the command is simply police <cir-bps> <burst-bytes>
  • I wonder if it would have been acceptable to specify the access list only on the top level policer.  After all, the lower level policers are applied only within classes that are already contingent on the access-list.
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