Thanks for your response andrius,
I don't know how you came up with this formula for Be. And you got
Bc/4=960. If I would do Be it would be 1 or 1,5s.
I assumed air = 128 in this case was used for air and 96 was used for cir with a 30ms interval which 128-96*30 = 960 ( which was purely an assumption becuase there was no indication of what the access rate was, so i know could've been off)
As a follow up, Brian Dennis basically told me "be" in this case was set to zero simply because the question never requested it.
- When there is Be involved we technically can use more BW over
second that CIR.
from my understanding / interpretation of shaping from the instructors was regardless of what you set your be to you still never send more than cir over the second
#1 I think that DE bit might not automatically result in a drop.
It's more like lower preference, i.e. DSCP 11 vs 12.
I agree with you on that.