Thanks for the response. Am not worried cause I actually verified my config but was just surprised to see the VIP instead of CBWFQ under my interfaces. Curiosity got the best of me and I started researching what it was but still decided to have professionals such as yourself take a knife at it (You know Cisco's website documentations can go on and on about a simply explanation). Your explanation of the line card makes sense because I actually had a hunch its probably because of the platform I have the configuration on.
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