I`m using QoS using CBWFQ with Frame-Relay; and if i configure:
bandwidth percent 50
bandwidth percent 25
class-map match-all DataPlus
match access-group name DataPlus
ip access-list extended DataPlus
permit tcp any any eq bgp
permit tcp any eq bgp any
I know that BGP updates have a higher precedence even than voice (7 or something like that)..but i`d like to know if this kind of class-map giving certain "preference" overrides the ip prcedence default of the routing updates...
When using CBWFQ you can only define 75 % of the bandwidth. The other 25 % is going to be used for all of the management traffic, such as routing updates, so you do not have to worry about anything getting priority over bgp. Ypu will always be guarenteed up to 25 % for this.
Thanks for your answer, i forgot to tell you, than in this case i´m not using a serial Interface, i´m using a RPM card (MGX8830), using MultiLink and Virtual Template interfaces, and it makes me use the command max-reserved-bandwidth in order to apply the policy to the interfaces...i´m using max-reserved-bandwidth 85, because is the only way the rpm lets me use the policies, with serial interfaces i´ve no problems...
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This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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