Traffic flow in network is not constant - sometimes it has bursty nature.
To minimize traffic loss in case of policing, you can define additional rates as follows:
•Normal burst size. The normal burst size determines how large traffic bursts can be before some traffic exceeds the rate limit.
•Excess Burst size. The Excess Burst (Be) size determines how large traffic bursts can be before all traffic exceeds the rate limit. Traffic that falls between the normal burst size and the Excess Burst size exceeds the rate limit with a probability that increases as the burst size increases.
You can read more about average rate, normal and extended burst following the link
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