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random-detect

could you tell me what these random-detect parameters on a serial interface

will do:

random-detect precedence 0 18 45 8

random-detect precedence 1 23 46 8

random-detect precedence 2 28 48 24

random-detect precedence 3 4095 4096 65535

random-detect precedence 4 4095 4096 65535

random-detect precedence 5 4095 4096 65535

random-detect precedence 6 4095 4096 65535

random-detect precedence 7 4095 4096 65535

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New Member

Re: random-detect

Hi,

First number is the IP precedence value. Other numbers are only for this prece. value.

Second number is the minimum threshold value. If the queue length exceeds this value pakets will be dropped randomly.

Third number is the maximum queue length. If the queue lenght exceeds this value all packets at this Prec will be dropped.

Fourth value is drop probability. If queue length is at max value one packet is dropped every this number.

Regards

New Member

Re: random-detect

Hi.

Just one more thing. When the queue length is between the min and max thresholds, packets can be discarded with an increasing probability that will have its maximum value when the max threshold is reached. The highest discard probability is set by the last parameter as Mazhar wrote.

Regards,

NM

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