When a service-policy is attached to an interface, for example, a policy which defines an outbound QoS policy, is the global-service-policy still in effect, or does it need to be merged with a user-specified policy. In other words, does an interface-specific policy override the global policy?
It not clear whether a specific policy type (QoS, inspect, IDS) is overridden or not. For example, does the default inspection policy still remains in place if only a specific QoS policy is attached to an interface?
You asked"When a service-policy is attached to an interface, for example, a policy which defines an outbound QoS policy, is the global-service-policy still in effect"
"Does an interface-specific policy override the global policy?"
From the command reference
If an interface name is specified, the policy-map only applies to the interface. The interface name is defined in the nameif command, and an interface policy-map overrides a global policy-map. Only one policy-map is allowed per interface.
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