I have a question regarding the excessive bandwidth allocation for LLQ under IOS XR. When configuring bandwidth remaining under class, is the bandwidth not used by priority queue at the moment part of the excessive bandwidth? Another question is, for priority confiugration, it forces an explicit policer to be configured, does it mean even during uncongested period the packet in priority queue that exceeds the rate will be discarded? Please see the code is per below.
I am not sure about the first question. But for your second question, hardware platforms in Cisco support Always-ON LLQ which mean even if there is no congestion on the link and the bandwdith limit on LLQ is exceeded it drops the packets.
In scaled EVPN deployments it can be wise to name ESI that way to represent the site/physical port/etc it is attached to. Thus on some remote location you can easily verify where particular route/MAC is coming from. Similar to phone numbers, where...
Want to enable Feature EPFT with “routing-protocols-enable”. However ,it is throwing an error and ask to configure the following command: “non-subscriber-interfaces mac” which once enabled drops the traffic without any penalty.
XR-vm - CLI's
look for any process crash, review time stamp[if it is too old, then no immediate action needed]
verify if standby state is Ready and NSR-Ready
show proc cpu | exclude " 0%"
It's been a long standing ask for XR to support conditional route advertisements in BGP.
The expected option of using the
option in RPL currently can only be used at the default-inf...
On IOS-XR, Quality of Service has an extension to WRED (Weighted Random Early Detection) called Explicit Congestion Notification (ECN). ECN will mark packets instead of dropping them when the average queue length exceeds a specific threshold value. When c...