QPM 4.0 Unable to Monitor Policies Assigned by Map Class?
All of our MPLS links use Frame Relay tails. I would like to use QPM 4.0 to monitor the QoS policies we have assigned to these interaces. Unfortunately I can't seem to figure out how to get this to work. I believe it is having a problem with them because we are assigning the policies via a map class:
frame-relay interface-dlci 200
Can anyone advise on a workaround, or potential mis-configuration?
Re: QPM 4.0 Unable to Monitor Policies Assigned by Map Class?
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