- Purple, 4500 points or more
I have a router with a basic policy-map:
cs6 71855/4018548 0/0 0/0 32 40 1/10
When I do a "sh policy-map inter s0/0", I get matches on CS6 under the class-default. If I'm not marking the packet, is the device? Is this where remarking comes in if I want to change what it wants to report?
I think this is a video camera that has an embedded web server. I've been fighting with voip phones at this location, and this video system has traffic pegged at 100% when they're connected to it with high resolution. I haven't been able to convince anyone at the location to use low res yet. If I want to control the amount of traffic going from that device, should I shape that traffic or police it? The phones will stay the same at 768k, and this is on a T1 P2P circuit.