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ASR9k BNG - QoS policy name limit

Hi all,

 

I have a question for you, do you know if there is a limit in the name of a policy-map for a PPPoE session?

 

For example, here are 2 policy-maps in HQOS that are strictly the same:

 

policy-map QOS-4M-ETH-VOIP-RD-OUT
 class class-default
  service-policy QOS-4M-ETH-VOIP-RDP-CHILD-OUT
  shape average 3916000 bps
 !
 end-policy-map
!
policy-map QOS-4M-ETH-VOIP-RDP-OUT
 class class-default
  service-policy QOS-4M-ETH-VOIP-RDP-CHILD-OUT
  shape average 3916000 bps
 !
 end-policy-map
!
policy-map QOS-4M-ETH-VOIP-RDP-CHILD-OUT
 class PRECEDENCE3
  bandwidth 1440 kbps
 !
 class PRECEDENCE5
  priority level 1
  police rate 1200 kbps
  !
 !
 class PRECEDENCE6
  bandwidth 8 kbps
 !
 class class-default
 !
 end-policy-map
!



Both policies apply well on my PPPoE session but in the case of the policy-map "QOS-4M-ETH-VOIP-RDP-OUT" it does not match anything (no packets) and for the other "QOS-4M-ETH-VOIP-RD-OUT" everything works fine, it matches.

 

The only difference is the size of the name of the policy.

 

Is there a limit ?

 

BR

Nick

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Re: ASR9k BNG - QoS policy name limit

The qos-ea would reject the configuration explicitly if there was a limit. Use this command to confirm how was classification criteria programmed into HW:

 

show qos-ea km policy <policy> vmr interface <interface> {hw|sw} verbose

 

Also use this command to verify how was the QoS action programmed into HW:

 

show qos interface <interface> {input|output} [member <interface>]

 

If the output of both of these looks fine but traffic is still not matched, it would be the best to open a service request with our TAC .

 

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