Thanks for the infon on FlexWAN card. But I already have GE LAN card and Internet customers are running with Qos policy configured using "rate-limit input" & "rate-limit output". Do I have any other option here for Sup1A/Sup2 with PFC/PFC2 ?
I also have Sup720/PFC3 based MLS and there I'm planning to have as below:
: this is the bandwidth (Bps) purchased by the customer.
Proposed one for L3 Interface
ip address x.x.x.x y.y.y.y
service-policy input -Policing
service-policy output -Policing
Proposed one for L2 interface (L3 VLAN) for each customer
If you aren't concerned about excess traffic being dropped, then policing QoS mechanism will meet your needs.
Keep in mind, certain type of traffic behaves differently when dropped (i.e. TCP). It tends to retransmit the packet hence causing more congestion in the network. You can alleviate this behavior by configuring WRED.
For more information on PFC QoS, please refer to the documentation:
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