I have a service policy on a 6509 interface so I can see what the packets per second of a video stream coming out of a DVR (digital video recorder) is. This DVR has 16 security cameras attached and I'm concerned that when someone views all 16 cameras the video stream is going to be huge.
So I create a service policy to match an access list for all IP from the DVR. But no counters increment unless I add in some other match statement. I added in a match protocol telnet and the service policy counters started to work. I removed the match on telnet and the counters stopped. Telnet has nothing to do with the DVR. Here is the config of the class map, policy map and show commands: (By the way video is streaming through this interface continually during this excercise)
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