The new extension add to ospf (ospf-te) and rsvp (rsvp-te) allow to specifie the amount of bandwidth available for eight priority levels.
The initial values are all set to the Maximum Reservable Bandwidth. These values are flooded by all routers to provide link estate.
I would like to know if theses values could be configured in order to put non- default values.
For example, an interface has a 100Mbps maximum reservable bandwidth.
I just want to know it is possible to put maximum reservable bandwidth to priority level 0 at 60Mbps, to put maximum reservable bandwidth to priority level 1 at 90Mbps, etc?
Thanks for your response.
To achieve as close as possible to what you need here you will have to configure, Diff-Serv Aware TE tunnels and then use Class based Tunnel Selection to forward appropriate EXP/Class traffic onto the respective Tunnels.
But, currently to my knowledge you can have only 2 levels within an LSP. One global and one sub-pool, this sub pool you may want to allocate to premium class traffic, and use the global pool for all other class of traffic.
Although as per the IETF standards rather than 1 sub-pool 7 levels(sub-pools) can be supported, its best to check with your local SE what is the road map regarding the same. Although this surely may be in the pipeline.
Configure DS-TE Tunnels.
Configure Class Based Tunnel Selection.