hi, CCO documentation for this technology states that when configuring MLP over FR, FRTS and policy-maps must be configured. The examples show output and input service policys. I can understand an output policy may be required for queuing, but is an input policy map a requirement? If this is configured without a service policy an error message is reported;
.Mar 29 12:52:32: %FR-3-MLPOFR_ERROR: MLPoFR not configured properly on Link Vir
tual-Access3 Bundle Multilink1 :Missing service policy config in Virtual Templa
"%FR-3-MLPOFR_ERROR: MLPoFR not configured properly on Link Virtual-Access3 Bundle Multilink1 :Missing service policy config in Virtual Template" is a warning mesg. It reminds you that service policy is not defined and attached to the virtual template. With code after 12.2(3), when you configure MLPoFR, if you don't have a service policy the message will pop up.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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