QPM Shaping and Nested Policies

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Mar 17th, 2010

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I'm getting ready for a QPM deployment and I have come across some issues in testing.

I have an Ethernet interface which I need to apply a shaper so I can limit the egress traffic sent to our WAN provider. Then do CB queuing under the shaper.

It looks like I do this via nested polices, but the documentation isn't too clear on how I use the nested policy I create. I think the policies in the nested policies would be the children policies, but it's not really clear. Does anyone have any experience with this?

Also when I attempt to create a shaper it will not allow me to enter a CIR above 154400Kbps and I need a shaper for 200000Kbps. Is there a setting somewhere to increase the limit?

Thanks for any help,

Joe

I have this problem too.
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