I need some help to understand differences in QoS policing configuration on XE platforms.
In each case I'm going to reserve 10% of 1gig interface with 150ms burst for EF/cos5 traffic and I'm using just 1 priority Queue (1P7Q3T)
1. police within priority command
policy-map 1P7Q3T class PRIO priority level 1 percent 10 1875000 end
2. Police within priority command, but without level
policy-map 1P7Q3T class PRIO priority percent 10 1875000 end
3. Police in class
policy-map 1P7Q3T class PRIO priority level 1 police 100000000 1875000 conform-action transmit exceed-action drop end
4. policy in priority command with default burst (200ms) and police command (150ms burst) - what would take precedence?
policy-map MARKING class PRIO priority percent 10 police 100000000 1875000 conform-action transmit exceed-action drop end
What are the differences between thouse policing methods?
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how about BW Reservation for other classes?
For example if I say:
class VOICE-OUT priority level 1 percent 10
and in other classes
class CLASS-1-OUT bandwidth remaining percent 10
then I have 10% from 65%, don't I?
What do I have for the remaining 10%, if I use police command?
class VOICE-OUT priority level 1 police cir percent 10
65% because = 75% max reserve-able - 10% for LLC
The question was, if I don't preserve 10% for LLC, but police it by 10% - it is the same for BW remaining percent command in other classes or not?