[c-nsp] Commited Access Rate on dot1q subif on Cisco 7500

Tantsura, Jeff jeff.tantsura at capgemini.com
Wed Oct 6 05:11:17 EDT 2004

Some older LCs on 12K have CAR/MQC limitation.


With kind regards/ met vriendelijke groeten,
Jeff Tantsura
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Subject: [c-nsp] Commited Access Rate on dot1q subif on Cisco 7500


I was looking on a document from Cisco regarding Commited Access Rate
It says here that:

"The rate policies can be independent; each rate policy deals with a
different type of traffic. Alternatively, rate policies can be
cascading; a packet can be compared to multiple different rate policies
in succession. You can configure up to 20 rate policies on a

... but they don't say what happens if you add more.

We have, in production, more than 25 rate policies on one subinterface,
and it seems to work.

Has anyone had problems with more that 20 rate policies on a subif?

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