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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
  • MQC Single-Rate Three-Color Policer

    The solution guide explains how policing burst sizes at one end must be greater than shaping burst sizes at the other end, but the explanation is a little too difficult for me. Can someone explain? ------------------------------ By the way, the formula in Step 3 in SG should be corrected as follows ...
    Posted to QoS (Forum) by Tomohide on 05-06-2013
  • 10.46 percent-based policing

    I typed " police cir percent 10 bc 125 ms " command for this Task, but the solution uses " rate " instead of " cir ". I refer to CLI command reference and both of them are in use. so what is difference between " police cir x percent " and " police rate x percent...
    Posted to QoS (Forum) by timaz on 01-27-2013
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