hi all, i took this example from wendell odom exam cert
map-class frame-relay shape-all-64
frame-relay traffic-shape 64000
now it was written in description that bc was calculation using bc = tc * cir where tc defaults to 125 ms, in which case bc should be 8000, but in the result of show traffic-shape, under "sustain bits/int" the value is 64000 !!! why is this so ? i have checked on a real router and its also giving me the same value, dont u think its strange ??
hi slman, but in normal CB shaping, if i only define shape average 64000, then under "sustain bits/int" showed 8000, now as the heading suggest sustain bits per "interval" then i think i should show 8000, why is it showing 64000 ?
I am afraid to see "frame-relay traffic-shape" command under map-class configuration. There is no specific command like this. Which exact command did you issue? Can you please give the configuration and "sh traffic-shape" command outputs.
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VC List Rate Limit bits/int bits/int (ms) (bytes) Active
102 64000 1000 64000 0 125 1000 -
(i think its not properly alligned but still) kindly see under sustain bits its giving 64000 !! why ? plz i am not looking for alternate solutions, i know how to do it from normal CB shaping, all i am looking for is the meaning of why its 64000 written under sustain bits ??? why it isnt 8000 ?
see if i use normal CB shaping using this config
shape average 64000
int se 0/0
service-policy output shape-all
now if i issue command
show policy-map int se 0/0
then under sustain bits its written 8000 !!!! all other values are same, so i am asking why in FRTS its showing me 64000 ? where it should be 8000 dont u guys think ?, i mean no disrespect to any1 i am very thankful to those who replied but i am not looking for a alternate solution, i want to know why the output is showing 64000 and not 8000 ?
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