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  • CCIE R&S (v4) Volume 1

    I know it's V4 but trying to gleam as much knowledge as I can that will still be valid for v5 before I upgrade my lab etc. Anyways, I was working on the qos topics and while I get policing/shaping etc I am still struggling with the smaller details. 10.25 MQC Hierarchical Policers is one of them....
    Posted to QoS (Forum) by rllove01 on 03-18-2015
  • 10.39 RSVP and WFQ

    Hello all, While completing this task, I noticed something in the solution guide that has thrown me off. The solution guide says the following while referring to the command " ip rsvp bandiwdth <total-bw> <per-flow-bw> " - " If you omit any parameters to the above-described...
    Posted to QoS (Forum) by ShaneK on 02-21-2013
  • Re: 10.2 WFQ, getting "Broken pipe" error when testing.

    Aloha, I have just started with my journey. And still have this issue. The problem only exist with the low IP MTU on the serial links, as Nic also pointed out. Any suggestions for the cause? Cheers Marcel
    Posted to QoS (Forum) by 6pccie on 08-26-2012
  • Task 10.16 incorrect use of WFQ?

    I think that the solution builds upon WFQ incorrectly. At time of congestion the next traffic classes will arrive to the output interface(S0/1): -64k prec 1 from R1 -64k prec 0 from R1 -64k prec 1 from R6 -64k prec 0 from R6 The solution says that in this situation prec 1 traffic will be forwarded, and...
    Posted to QoS (Forum) by gaborivanszky on 01-09-2010
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