NOTE : Do clear the counters before taking these outputs. keep the service-policy applied. Generate the traffic using Jperf & record the outputs.
Also, as rizwan stated, was auto-qos enabled ? Basically what happens is, Auto-QoS configures the priority Q to be 25% of the bandwidth. If there is an exceed in the traffic, then default behaviour is to police the traffic. Probably, you can add the statement priority-Queue out on your uplink & see if the issue resolves. But do post the outputs for those above commands.
Is this the interface which is carrying outbound traffic? Looks like not. I need the outputs from the interface which is carrying traffic outbound. The config shows the port to be Gi1/0/1, but your outputs are from 3/0/3 ?
Let me know which interface you have your Jperf client / server sitting on?
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