policy-map test class class1 shape average 100 mbps ! class class2 shape average 200 mbps ! class class3 shape average 50 mbpss ! class class4 bandwidth remaining percent 90 ! class class-default bandwidth remaining percent 10 ! end-policy-map
if the interface is 1Gbps and below traffic is on egress interface at below rate:
what will be the output? will the class1,2,3 get the defined bandwidth? if found class1,2,3 are getting dropped before the defined limit and class 4 is eating all bandwidth.Is it normal? i know that we can define priority level but if we don not define it, id the defined output is normal?
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