I have applied an input shaping policy under the interface so that all traffic that matches Prec 3 is shaped down to 25M as it enters the interface but I’m not seeing any matches on the policy. If I apply the same policy as egress on the opposite side of the router as the traffic leaves I can see the matches.
This would indicate that my classification is working but the shaping is applied before qppb classifies the traffic instead of after it is classified.
If I do the following I do see matches on the policy for Prec 3 traffic, But I dont realy want to shape outbound as the external interface is a shared interface where many customers traffic will pass across.
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