I'm trying to clarify a couple of concepts to myself.
I'm not setting up LLQ:
R1(config-pmap-c)#priority 64 ?
<32-2000000> Burst in bytes
Can anybody clarify:
1) I guess that "priority" guarantee bandwidth where the burst limits it (not to starve other queues).
Is that right?
2) What is the time interval used to calculate the speed/burst?
3) I guess the way priority is controlling the speed is by dropping packets in exceed, so that TCP on the sender side reduces the transmit rate. Is that right?
4) Why is shaping not allowed with priority?
5) Would you use priority and police together? That would give policing control withing the priority reserved+burst bandwidth I guess...
Just asking... :-)
Thanks to read!