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MGX FRSM Directional CIR

Is there a way to set 2 different values of BW on a FRSM port on a MGX 8850, so that the Egress value is less than the ingress value, i tried both cnfchanpool and xcnfchan with no luck as they alyways assume i'm oversubscribing the egress value not the ingress one.



Re: MGX FRSM Directional CIR

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Re: MGX FRSM Directional CIR

You should be able to set this using the xcnfchan command.

note the options below :

-ingut where ingut = 1-100

-egut where egut = 1-100

-egrat where egrat = 2400-2048000

The CIR would be your ingress and the -egrat would be your channel egress service rate..

Note the channel 16 config below :


ChanNum: 16

ChanRowStatus: Mod

ChanPortNum: 1

ChanDLCI: 100

EgressQSelect: 2

IngressQDepth: 65535

IngressQDEThresh: 32767

IngressQECNThresh: 6553

EgressQDepth: 65535

EgressQDEThresh: 32767

EgressQECNThresh: 6553

DETaggingEnable: Disabled

CIR: 1536000

Bc: 5100

Be: 5100

IBS: 100

ForeSightEnable: Disabled

QIR: 4000

MIR: 4000

PIR: 4000

ChanLocalRemoteLpbkState: Disabled

Type to continue, Q to stop:

ChanTestType: TestOff

ChanTestState: NotInProgress

ChanRTDresult: 65535 ms

ChanType: NIW

ChanFECNmap: setEFCIzero

ChanDEtoCLPmap: mapCLP

ChanCLPtoDEmap: mapDE

ChanFrConnType: PVC

ChanIngrPercentUtil: 100

ChanEgrPercentUtil: 100

ChanEgrSrvRate: 51200

ChanOvrSubOvrRide: Enabled

ChanLocalVpi: 0

ChanLocalVci: 100

ChanLocalNSAP: 6d6778383235302d000000000000000014000100

ChanRemoteVpi: 0

ChanRemoteVci: 0


ChanMastership: Slave

ChanVpcFlag: Vcc

ChanConnServiceType: ATFR


Hope this helps.