Traffic Shaping and LLQ... weird behavior (is it normal?)
I have a problem with LLQ and the router letting go through itself more traffic than it should be allowed too, so my queues seem not to be applying the exact BW limitations i have configured…
I think it has to be with the router generating 670Kbps aprox INSTEAD of the 512Kbps it should be generating for the parent policy (SHAPING512), WHY ON EARTH is allowing more traffic… I understand the priority queue IS WORKING cuz is actually policing to the limit established (384Kbps) but because the router is letting go through itself more bits than what it should I see all my other queues going above of what they should!!!!
Omg I have been trying to figure this out a lot of hours (a LOT hahaha) so… if someone could help me out here it would be sooooooooo great!!!
I am using for my lab 1861x2 with c1861-adventerprisek9-mz.151-3.T4.bin servers are win7 boxes and the unknown traffic is iperf...
for some reason the max-reserved-bandwidth command wasnt necessary, the interface dont recognize the command nor gave the error when reserving more than a threshold ...
if you need any other information to help just ask !
Thanks in advance!!!!
My policy is being applied on my server side where the traffic is generating outbound (where SHAPE512 should be establishing the limit for my outbounf traffic):
But what it’s so so so confusing is that even those statistics seems to be fine, the downloads from the client side tell another story!!!! the FTP traffic is pretty solid on being above HTTP or being just at the same rate as HTTP…
Confirmed by NBAR rates, that at some moments http go less than that and ftp goes a little up…
Last clearing of "show ip nbar protocol-discovery" counters 03:28:17
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