Re: Execessive ASIC drops when QoS is enabled on 3750
I believe you are seeing the default behaviour - agressive drops due to queue thresholds. This has been posted lots of times and is down to 'bug' CSCsc96037. Cicso modified the code to allow more of the common pool buffers to be used by ports in IOS 12.2(25)SEE1 and later.
Your 'mls qos queue-set output threshold xxxx' parameters can be altered to solve this.
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