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QoS Policy on GRE tunnel not activating

mhattar
Beginner
Beginner

Hi all,

Just wondering if someone ran into a similar issue like mine , I tried configuring a policy on a GRE tunnel in the outbound direction , it takes it into the config no problem , then you add the bandwidth statement on the interface , you get the message that the policy is activated ,  you do a "show policy-map int tu 0" , and its still showing in suspended mode.

s207-81-129-56(config-if)#do show policy-map int tu 0

Tunnel0

  Service-policy output: POLICYIN

    Service policy POLICYIN is in suspended mode

here are the relevant lines of config:

class-map match-any POLICYIN

match access-group name POLICYIN

policy-map POLICYIN

class POLICYIN

  priority percent 40

class class-default

  queue-limit 8 packets

  random-detect

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-also tried a nested parent policy with shaping average feature , instead of a single policy with a bandwidth statement on the interface.

-tried bandwidth qos-reference statement on the interface

- tried qos-preclassify with no use either

- also tried applying policy (both the shaping /nested policy) or the bandwidth statement with a single policy on the underlying interface loopback 0

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paul driver
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Hello

Is this tunnel part of a etherchannel?

Also on the tunnel interface have you applied?

int tun xx

qos pre-classify

res

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mhattar
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Hi Pdiver,

I have tried that (As indicated in the description )

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thanks,

Hello

Apologies I didnt see that.

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Rodrigo Pires
Beginner
Beginner

Hi Murad,

As fas as i know, when the allocated bandwidth exceeds the amount of available on the traffic policy remains suspended.

Have you tried to modify the traffic policy?

Also, i found this from cisco website "

For instance, if a traffic policy is attached to a tunnel interface  while another traffic policy is attached to a physical interface--with  which the tunnel interface is associated--only the traffic policy on the  tunnel interface works properly."

Here is the document:

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/ios-xml/ios/qos_mqc/configuration/12-4t/qos-mqc-12-4t-book/qos-mqc.html

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thiagohubes
Beginner
Beginner

Murad,

Try this:

policy-map PARENT

     class class-default

          service-policy POLICYIN

          shap average percent XX

!

interface tunnel0

     service-policy output PARENT