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Coo\mmitted Access Rate statistics

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May 12th, 2003
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2610#sh run int s0/0.1

Building configuration...


Current configuration : 457 bytes

!

interface Serial0/0.1 multipoint

description Internet access

ip address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

ip access-group 100 in

ip access-group 101 out

rate-limit input access-group 110 256000 48000 96000 conform-action set-prec-transmit 6 exceed-action set-prec-transmit 1

rate-limit input 192000 36000 72000 conform-action set-prec-transmit 2 exceed-action drop

no ip route-cache

no ip mroute-cache

frame-relay map ip xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 100 CISCO

end

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2610#sh int s0/0.1 rate-limit


Serial0/0.1 Internet access

Input

matches: access-group 110

params: 256000 bps, 48000 limit, 96000 extended limit

conformed 66863 packets, 54304981 bytes; action: set-prec-transmit 6

exceeded 34944 packets, 38128240 bytes; action: set-prec-transmit 1

last packet: 40ms ago, current burst: 73052 bytes

last cleared 12:20:46 ago, conformed 9000 bps, exceeded 6000 bps

matches: all traffic

params: 192000 bps, 36000 limit, 72000 extended limit

conformed 522977 packets, 269025441 bytes; action: set-prec-transmit 2

exceeded 42175 packets, 33584565 bytes; action: drop

last packet: 28ms ago, current burst: 40 bytes

last cleared 12:19:34 ago, conformed 48000 bps, exceeded 6000 bps

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I don't understand -why for matches: access-group 110 i have only conformed 9000 bps, exceeded 6000 bps (i think must be near params: 256000 bps)

and

for matches: all traffic - conformed 48000 bps, exceeded 6000 bps ( may be params: 192000 bps)?


Correct Answer by ivillegas about 14 years 3 months ago

Show Interfaces Rate-Limit Field Descriptions

Field Description


Input These rate limits apply to packets received by the interface.

matches Packets that match this rate limit.

params Parameters for this rate limit, as configured by the rate-limit command.

bps Average rate in bits per second.

limit Normal burst size in bytes.

extended limit Excess burst size in bytes.

conformed Number of packets that have conformed with the rate limit.

action Conform action.

exceeded Number of packets that have exceeded the rate limit.

action Exceed action.

last packet Time since the last packet in milliseconds.

current burst Instantaneous burst size at the current time.

last cleared Time since the burst counter was set back to zero by the clear

counters command.

conformed Number of packets conforming since the counter last cleared with

the clear counters command.

exceeded Number of packets exceeding since the counter last cleared with

the clear counters command.

Output These rate limits apply to packets sent by the interface.

The drops you encountered are interface drops and should not be the same as the CAR dropped packets.

The conform numbers should add up to the total bytes transmitted that match the policy set and the excess that is defined.


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ivillegas Wed, 05/21/2003 - 07:17
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Show Interfaces Rate-Limit Field Descriptions

Field Description


Input These rate limits apply to packets received by the interface.

matches Packets that match this rate limit.

params Parameters for this rate limit, as configured by the rate-limit command.

bps Average rate in bits per second.

limit Normal burst size in bytes.

extended limit Excess burst size in bytes.

conformed Number of packets that have conformed with the rate limit.

action Conform action.

exceeded Number of packets that have exceeded the rate limit.

action Exceed action.

last packet Time since the last packet in milliseconds.

current burst Instantaneous burst size at the current time.

last cleared Time since the burst counter was set back to zero by the clear

counters command.

conformed Number of packets conforming since the counter last cleared with

the clear counters command.

exceeded Number of packets exceeding since the counter last cleared with

the clear counters command.

Output These rate limits apply to packets sent by the interface.

The drops you encountered are interface drops and should not be the same as the CAR dropped packets.

The conform numbers should add up to the total bytes transmitted that match the policy set and the excess that is defined.


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