Want to know whether "max-reserved-bandwidth" command is supported on fastethernet/gigethernet interfaces. I am working with 7600 router (IOS, 12.2(33)SRA2) with 16 Fastethernet Interfaces and try to use "max-reserved-bandwidth" command on the Fastethernet interfaces. It is not supporting. If it is not a supported option, may I have some document on the same?
But, may I get some document which can tell that this particular command is not supported with this combination (7600 with 7600-SIP-200 module)? Or something like "this command belongs to particular group of QoS mechanism and so it is not supported on this module?
But to help you decide, if you really need this command, you can consider this.(If you have not already given this a try, if you have you can ignore it)
1) This command is in place to allocate more than the default 75% which can be used for Fancy Queuing (with Policy Map).
2) For eg: If you cannot configure you SIP-200/400/600 for your SPA interfaces, for more than 75% of the port speed, then you need this.
3) You can try out using a policy map which will allocate 1000 Meg of traffic into different classes and apply it on a 1 gig interface, if it allows you, then you definately dont need this command. As you are able to allocate all the 100% bandwidth, you may decide to skip this command.
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