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How to monitor class/policy-maps

Please review the following config. Does anyone know what is the best way to monitor that this is doing what is supposed to do? When I apply this config the users complain about slow performance. Help anyone?..

class-map match-all SNA

match access-group name DLSW

!

!

policy-map SNA-PRIORITY

class SNA

bandwidth percent 40

random-detect

random-detect exponential-weighting-constant 4

random-detect precedence 1 20 40 1

set precedence 1

interface Serial1/0/8:7

bandwidth 1536

ip address xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

ip load-sharing per-packet

max-reserved-bandwidth 100

service-policy output SNA-PRIORITY

ip access-list extended DLSW

permit tcp any any eq 2065

permit udp any any eq 2067

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Re: How to monitor class/policy-maps

There are 2 commands that I can think of:

sho policy-map int Serial1/0/8:7 ; and

sho queue int int Serial1/0/8:7.

The first one displays the conformed/exceeded/dropped statistics, and the second one should display the queue stats.

You may also want to try using QDM:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/rtrmgmt/qdm/index.htm

Also, could you explain further what you are trying to achieve by this class map? Is Low Latency Queueing an option?

hth,

Mustafa

New Member

Re: How to monitor class/policy-maps

Thanks for your help.

I am trying to prioritize SNA traffic by reserving at least 40% bandwidth for DLSW. I considered Queuing but class-maps are the recommended way by Cisco.

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