837 with LLQ configured will not seize the bandwidth
Sorry if this is the wrong forum. Could not see a specifically QoS one.
I have a query regarding implementing LLQ on an 837. I understand that the service policy out command has to be input on the int atm0 interface rather than the dialer interface. All the commands take. However, when a sh run is performed, then the service-policy command does not appear underneath the int atm0.
But the logs show this error:
I/f ATM0 VC 0/38 class voice-rtp requested bandwidth 200 (kbps), available only 0 (kbps)
Adding the bandwidth command under the int atm0, has been tried, but to no avail.
The vbr bandwidth should be the available bandwidth for your policy. If you just use the "pvc" command the PVC type defaults to UBR, which has a bandwidth of 0 kbps. Maybe this causes the observed behaviour.
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