I am dealing with a service provider which offers "Gold CAR"service. For example, for an E1 speed, I see that I could get "EF Gold CAR" = 512Kbps.
The way I understand is that "Gold CAR" would be an internal marketing term used for "policing". Am I right?
If that is correct, do you know if such "Gold CAR" = 512Kbps on an E1 means that traffic which exceeds 512Kbps will be policed.
Please let me know if my interpretation is right.
CAR = committed access rate is the name of a legacy policer introduced before of modular QoS
>> If that is correct, do you know if such "Gold CAR" = 512Kbps on an E1 means that traffic which exceeds 512Kbps will be policed.
I do agree, exceeding GOLD packets will be or down marked or dropped depending on the actions configured on the SP policer
EF exceeding packets will be probably down marked to 00
Hope to help