Thanks for the link. But check out the chapter starting on page 42-120 almost at the end of the document, where it gives an example of a policy map for an ethernet interface with policing:
police 50000000 1562500 conform-action set-dscp-transmit default exceed-action drop
It states that "This example configures the CIR to be 50 Mbps."
Just below that it states: "This is a basic example of a single rate per-interface aggregate policer. The Supervisor Engine 2 and Supervisor Engine 720 forwarding engines also support a dual-rate policer for providing both CIR and peak information rate (PIR) granularity."
So now I am confused. Any other insight into this?
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