Think of the priority command as reserving "a priority queue with a specified amount of available bandwidth for CBWFQ trafficâ¦To give priority to a traffic class based on the amount of available bandwidth within a traffic policy."
The priority command provides a minimum bandwidth guarantee.
In addition, the priority command implements a maximum bandwidth guarantee.
During congestion conditions, the traffic class is guaranteed bandwidth equal to the specified rate. (Recall that bandwidth guarantees are only an issue when an interface is congested.) In other words, the priority command provides a minimum bandwidth guarantee.
I can only find traditional priority command documentation with either the percentage parameter or kbs parameter. I can't find anything that suggests it can be used alone. None of our routers will support this either.
Here is Cisco's command syntax, as you can see the bandwidth-kbps part is not optional.
Guaranteed allowed bandwidth, in kbps, for the priority traffic. The amount of guaranteed bandwidth varies according to the interface and platform in use. Beyond the guaranteed bandwidth, the priority traffic will be dropped in the event of congestion to ensure that the nonpriority traffic is not starved.
(Optional) Specifies the burst size, in bytes. The range of the burst is 32 to 2,000,000 bytes.
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