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Hi all,

Does anyone knows what this do ?

policy-map shape-cbwfq

 class interactive

 shape average 256000

 shape adaptive 128000

 bandwith 128

Thank you in advance for your reply

Regards

 

 

 

 

 

 

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    Shapes your traffic.  :)



    Actually it puts contingencies in place for different times.



    Shaping is in effect always...  The bandwidth command is in effect only
    if there's congestion.



    So you always shape to a target of 256k, but if you get BECNs from your
    network you'll slow down to 128k as needed.  In the event of congestion
    the class will be guaranteed bandwidth of 128k.



    HTH,






     



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    Nabs wrote:

    Hi all,

    Does anyone knows what this do ?

    policy-map shape-cbwfq

     class interactive

     shape average 256000

     shape adaptive 128000

     bandwith 128

    Thank you in advance for your reply

    Regards

     

     

     

     

     

     







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  • :-)

    Thank you very much for your reply.

    Do you know how to do this with MQC ?

    I want to guarante a minimum of 16kpbs for a class bulk. And also limit the bulk traffic class to an average of 24 kbps with default Bc and default Be.

    Is this Ok ?

    policy-map toto

     class bulk

     bandwith 16

     shape average 24000

  • Thank you very much.

     

    Best Regards

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