I think that 25% would be overkill for my network, I have 3xE1 bundle and I think that 1% (64kbps in my case) is good enough for routing class. Actually I have 3 bgp sessions established over this link and all of them seems pretty stable, but the threshold drop counter keeps slowly increasing.
If I saw that max queue depth was at my queue-limit value, or if I'd ever noticed that offered rate was close to guaranteed bandwidth, I would conclude that my routing traffic did not fit in 1 percent and would just increase the number. However, what I see is different, of course my reading of output could be wrong either.
you have three BGP sessions that are sending out a BGP keepalive each every 60 seconds (with defaul timers).
However, you have to think that the BW is not dedicated to a traffic class.
So I would suggest you to use a bigger value maybe 3% just to see the difference. This doesn't mean that this BW cannot be used by user traffic if available.
the scheduler is elastic not a rigid partition of resources.
May be sometimes the three BGP keepalive packets are placed on the queue at once and this can cause one to be dropped. Of course the sessions are stable because only one of many keepalive messages are lost.
In the show there is a queue parameter that is just 3 for this traffic class.
And you have to think to provide space for a possible routing update also.
for this reason is better to provide a greater percentage of BW to routing traffic.
Or it may be more likely you are dealing with resolution limits of traffic meter capabilities.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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