I am working on some quality issues with video traffic in the following policy.
shape peak 568000 71000 100000
service-policy output Queue-Other-Apps
I am reserving 128k for voice in the priority queue and using CBWFQ for 840kbps of video traffic. The remaining 568kbps is being shaped with a peak shaper that allows it to burst to the 90 percent of the interface speed. However, when we congest the link with a multiple FTP transfers the video traffic finally dies. Any ideas why?
The peak shaper should not over run BW that has been reserved using the bandwidth command if that bandwidth is being used should it?
The issue could be attributed to the fact that you have possibly oversubscribed the bandwidth using nested policies.
Within the service-policy for Class class-default what bandwidth has been allocated for the other traffic? Essentially any CBFWQ classes assigned to this service-policy will have their bandwidth guaranteed regardless of what you have provision for Voice and Video.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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