Low queue cards have got only 4 queues per physical port. High queue cards have got minimum 64.000 queue. This is very huge difference. In what kind of scenario do we have to use the High queue cards ? Could you give some examples please ? Kind Regards.
The example could be Distributed Subscriber Management - Intelligent Services Gateway (ISG) QoS close to the edge with ES+ placed as Subscriber facing card. This allowes Traffics differentiation on per service per subscriber base. Dynamic MQC policy assignment per subscriber with QoS scale – like multiple queues per subscribers, Business and residential QoS coexistence. ISG QoS applies per session MQC policy upon session establishment (MQC policies are pre-defined locally on the router). ISG IP and PPPoE Sessions are dynamically created and use QoS resources when active. Also each type of service can use different QoS models with respect to classification, marking, scheduling and policing Different policy maps can be applied on each service instance independently (EVC, sub-interface, ISG session).
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