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desciphering 'sho policy-map'

Hello, can anyone help me decipher the output of the show policy-map command?

For example:

#sho policy-map interface gigabitEthernet 3/2

...

class-map: abc-in (match-all)

Match: access-group name permit-any

set dscp 38:

Earl in slot 3 :

65458224006738 bytes

30 second offered rate 145067856 bps

aggregate-forwarded 65458224006738 bytes

My question is what each output is; Earl, offered rate, and aggregate-forwarded.

Thanks,

- TM

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Re: desciphering 'sho policy-map'

Earl stands for Encoded Address Recognition Logic.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/switches/ps700/products_tech_note09186a008014f8a8.shtml#topic3

It says you have an EARL in Slot3, so it must be a line card with a DFC in it.

The other 2 lines means, it has processed 145Mbps in the last 30 seconds with a total of 65458224006738 bytes since that class-map was applied.

HTH,

__

Edison.

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Re: desciphering 'sho policy-map'

great! Thanks so much. After making some policy-map changes I can see it's working.

Thanks again,

- TM

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