In SSG, traffic policing can be used to allocate bandwidth between subscribers per-user policing and between services to a particular subscriber per-user policing to ensure all types of services are allocated a proper amount of bandwidth. Because these policing techniques are hierarchical in nature (bandwidth can be first policed between users and then policed again between services to a particular user), this complete feature is called SSG Hierarchical Policing.
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