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Policy-Map output

Hello,

I have configured the Service Policy/Policy map for Internet bandwidth (16Mb) on Cisco 7600 Router gig interface.

While checking the "Sh policy-map interface gi1/1" it is reflecting as:-

Service-policy input: input16Mb

class-map: GBE_16Mb (match-all)

Match: any

police :

16384000 bps 512000 limit 512000 extended limit

Earl in slot 11 :

7368793 bytes

30 second offered rate 931696 bps

aggregate-forwarded 7368793 bytes action: transmit

exceeded 0 bytes action: drop

aggregate-forward 1242344 bps exceed 0 bps

PLease help me to understand the output. specially this line -->

16384000 bps 512000 limit 512000 extended limit

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Blue

Re: Policy-Map output

It reflects how your policy-map is configured:

policy-map input16Mb

class GBE_16Mb

police 16384000 512000 512000 conform-action transmit exceed-action drop

New Member

Re: Policy-Map output

Hi dear,

But in actual i have not configured as (which is reflecting in o/p) "police 16384000 512000 512000 conform-action transmit exceed-action drop ".

It has configured as " police 16384000 conform-action transmit exceed-action drop" . I am querrying for how come this 512000 is reflecting in the output. even we have not manually configured the same.

New Member

Re: Policy-Map output

Hi,

Those are the default values of Bc and Be. To understand more about Bc and Be, you need to understand more about QoS.

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