Traffic Shaping feature is not supported in user defined class o
Try using hierachical policy and see if that helps. Please see below an example.
shape average 2097152
priority percent 30
police cir 1436000
interface fastethernet 0
service-policy output SHAPER
In most cases, the need to configure hierarchial policy maps arises if you are trying to apply a CBWFQ solution to an ethernet sub
-interface. At that point, you need to nest the policy map with a shaper configured at the parent level. I don't believe you need to use this feature if you are going to apply the child policy to the physical interface unless you need to use the shape
If the above doesnt work and if if still complains then you need you probably have an IP Base Licence and you need to get a DATA licence
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