I used method CBWFQ to apply a priority to strategic application. However to evaluate the real contribution of this solution, I need to present quantitative measurements corresponding for example to the numbers of packets lost for a flow given (indicated by an address source) before and after the application of the policy. I dont know if there is commands which allow this and if the command "s queue serial" is useful in this case.
Yes, you are right, with « sh policy map » I can confirm that the rate of loss corresponding to application A is X. But I must compare it with the same percentage of loss before the application of policy. Then how to obtain this rate?
If that is what you want, I suggest you use an application like iperf which will give you end-to-end statistics on traffic sent/received. Then, you compare these with CBWFQ disabled and then with it applied.
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