The main interface on a dot1Q trunk "sees" the traffic in the native VLAN on that trunk. I assume that there will be no UDP traffic as you do not even have an IP address defined. So no IP traffic is allowed on G1/6, hence no matches in your policy-map.
The subinterface, however, will get all traffic in VLAN 699 and as an IP address is defined there is most likely also UDP traffic.
But I 've a lot of doubt yet...I'm very confused..
I've a 7500 with the same scenario..with 1 phisical interface and different sub-interface configured on dot1q with ip address and vrf: in this case if apply the policy on the phisical interface I see correctly packet match in the class...So I suppose that the behaviour of the 6500 is a normal behaviour for all the catalyst but not for the router..is it correct?
Now the problem is that I need to configure a policing to limit upstream IP traffic of all the sub-interface upto 200M..I've tried to configure but it doesn't work...
I've tried to use aggregate-policer too...but it doesn't work..
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