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WFQ not default on ASR 1004 E1 interface?

Hi all,

When i do a "show interface S1/0/0:0" on an ASR 1004, the queueing strategy was FIFO. i always thought that any interface that has a speed of less than 2.048 mbps would have WFQ applied? I try finding the fair-queue command but it is not there.

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WFQ not default on ASR 1004 E1 interface?

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If interface WFQ isn't supported, likely you can do something similar with CBWFQ, although it might not support the "W" part of WFQ.

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WFQ not default on ASR 1004 E1 interface?

Sorry what do you mean it might not support the "W" part of WFQ?

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WFQ not default on ASR 1004 E1 interface?

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Sorry what do you mean it might not support the "W" part of WFQ?

"W" is for weighted (uses IP Precedence to weigh flow's scheduling priority).

Fair-queue in CBWFQ pre-HQF works like interface fair-queue, in post-HQF it's just fair queuing.

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