C9300 - How can you show the amount of traffic passing through or dropped for a policy-map per interface?
I'm testing the cat9300 series on 16.12.x software.
I applied a service-policy on a physical interface and am now testing the behavior of QOS. For ASR1k's I could use the command:
show policy-map interface <interface>
and it would show me per queue how much traffic was going through it, how much traffic was being dropped and whether there are any WRED drops.
When I run the same command on the cat9300's I don't get any such information, it's all empty even though our testing software is sending traffic across different queues. Any chance there is a separate command for this model?
For reference, here is the policy-map:
policy-map myPolicyMap class ClassA priority level 1 1000 class ClassB bandwidth 500 class ClassC bandwidth 4300 random-detect dscp-based class class-default bandwidth 200 random-detect dscp-based
policy-map parentPolicyMap class class-default shape average 6000000 service-policy myPolicyMap
I've tried any number of "show platform software qos...." commands, but I can't seem to find anything that shows me the traffic per-queue. I'd be very surprised if such a command isn't available to this platform, any ideas?
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