Greetings im after some clarrification in how shaping on "class-default" is utilised. May be a silly question i just havent given it any thought before.
Based on a 10Mbit circuit of which i wanted to prioritise 2Mbit for voice and shape default traffic to 8Mbit would the following policy be correct or would i need to change the "shape average" statement to 10000000?
Just wanted to confirm you also realize you're shaping all traffic to 8 Mbps (assuming you use policy 10M-ETHERNET-WAN-OUT on the interface) and within that 8 Mbps you've allocated LLQ for 2 Mbps.
If the interface was 10 Mbps, you could use just policy ETHERNET-WAN-OUT (assuming you don't need to restrict all traffic to 8 Mbps).
Also, within policy ETHERNET-WAN-OUT, my belief is on most Cisco routers, FQ with class-default might preclude other non-LLQ classes from obtaining their minimum bandwidth. I.e. class Voice-Signalling might not obtain its bandwidth guarantee.
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