read the following i think its applicable to ur question
acccording to cisco press:
CB Policing: Dual Token Bucket (Dual Rate)
Dual Token Bucket CB Policing with a single rate provides a very useful function. After a period of low activity, a larger burst of data can be considered to either conform to or exceed the traffic contract, without violating the traffic contract. Because data tends to be bursty, the idea of a policer with bursting capability makes a lot of sense
Dual Token Bucket with Dual-rate policing also provides a bursting feature, but with dual-rate, the CB Policer allows you to essentially set two different sustained rates. Packets that fall under the lower ratethe Committed Information Rate (CIR)conform to the traffic contract. A second sustained ratethe Peak Information Rate (PIR)defines a traffic rate above CIR. Packets that happen to exceed the CIR, but fall below PIR, are considered to exceed the contract, but not to violate it. Finally, packets beyond even the PIR are considered to exceed the contract
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