I'd like to know what is most MPLS providers' SOP for their COS especially for Premium i.e. Voice. If you subscribed 10M Premium and exceed that amount, what happens? Assuming the the entire pipe purchased is 100Mb for argument sake and the link is not congested, only the premium class is.
Do they do an implicit police or do they still allow the traffic through but they're marked down?
if I understand you correctly, you're talking about a 100M circuit where 10M out of it is considered "Premium" traffic based on how you mark it outbound to the provider?
Most likely be have an exceed action that marks the traffic with a lower priority. If you're purchasing 100M total from the provider than they have no reason to police the traffic above at 10M. You would have to ask the provider to verify though because you never know what's going on in someone else head when they configure a service.
This guide will explain how to check where a particular directory resides within the filesystem in terms of physical disk, logical volume, volume group, etc by taking a look at where the install repository actually resides on an NCS5500.
According to the RFC 7432:
Extended Community enables split-horizon procedures for multihomed sites. The ESI Label field represents an ES by the advertising PE, and it is used in split-horizon filtering by other PEs that are connected to th...
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%"