The 3rd threshold on each output queue of a 3750 is documented as being non-configurable and representing 100% of the queue buffer. Is this threshold actually represented by the 'maximum' parameter in the queue-set, which actually is configurable? If not, what are the Thresh3 settings? (i.e. 100 100 100 100, something else?)
If you want to change the buffers/thresholds, you can do that by modifying the Queue-set parameters for the particular interfaces. Please note that the Queue-sets effect _all_ the ports belonging to that queue-set. However, if you just intended to shape/rate limit a particular queue on a port, that can be done individually for a port.
Yes, we do have drops. I believe drops are expected when policies are applied. Your curiosity is correct, I want to know how the switch works so I understand the how/when these drops occur. I am really looking for an answer as to how the Threshold 3 parms are set so we can optimize our QoS policies. Note again, the 3750 queue-set does not explicitly show a Threshold 3. I am looking for a definition of the buffer allocation and drop thresholds used for Threshold 3.
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