QoS Service Policy Not Being Taken by GRE Tunnel Interface
I've created a nested QoS policy shaping traffic to 1 Gb/s on an interface forcing certain traffic to a priority of 66000 to use that pipe with the assumption that all other traffic will use best effort. I can see the commands pop up when typing them on a GRE tunnel interface but I get an error stating that the policy is not supported on input or output on the interface. Is that a license thing? Why can I type the commands but have the commands fail on a GRE tunnel interface? It is on a 6500 running sup72033-adventerprisek9_WAN-mz.122-18.SXF9.
Re: QoS Service Policy Not Being Taken by GRE Tunnel Interface
I put the commands on the tunnel interface not the tunnel's source interface. The commands show up with a ? on the tunnel interface but fail so I assume it is reasonable to put it on the tunnel interface, until I got the error. Will the commands work on the tunnel's source interface if it won't work on the tunnnel interface itself?
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