Hi, in IOS-XE on ASR1K there are two ways how to configure LLQ, the first way like we know it from the ISR,7K2 and a new kind with using the priority level keyword (yes I know I can configure 2 priortity levels). As I understand correct using the priority level-key word there is no included policer like we have it with the priority ..kpbs keyword. so we have to define a sepereate policer to avoid that priority-traffic can consume all the available bandwidth.
Is there another difference in behaviour between the following two mehtods to configure it ?
class-map match-all realtime match protocol rtp audio !
class-map match-all signalling match protocol sip match protocol skinny match protocol h323
policy-map test2 class realtime priority level 1 police cir 1000000 conform-action transmit violate-action drop class signalling bandwidth 100 class class-default fair-queue
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