I have a problem with output drops on an ME3600X (15.3(3)S2). I believe a have too many output drops with no apparent excuse. For example, i have a customer connected on an interface (Full-duplex, 100Mb/s) on which I have applied a hierarchical policy that shapes traffic at 40Mbps and at the same time increases queue-limit at 512000bytes.
The traffic on the interface right now is a low 620Kbps, I reset the counters and in a few minutes I have 59packets dropped. This is just an example.
Is this behaviour normal? Can someone explain to me why on earth it's dropping packets at such a low rate?
One more question: Is the size of the queue shared between all interfaces? What is the suggested way to configure an interface with say 800Mbps of output traffic?
Thank you, Spiros
interface GigabitEthernet0/8 description customer switchport access vlan xxx mtu 9000 no cdp enable no lldp transmit service-policy output pmaproot-cust-out
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