[c-nsp] QoS

M K gunner_200 at live.com
Mon Jul 29 20:26:06 EDT 2013

Hi and sorry for the late replyNo , it's not a tricky question I want to understand how the counts are calculated , if I entered a larger password will it really matters?

Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2013 03:09:26 -0700
From: td_miles at yahoo.com
Subject: Re: [c-nsp] QoS
To: gunner_200 at live.com; cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net

Is this a trick question ?

Every time it sees a packet that matches the criteria you have specified and is put into your class it increments the "packets" counter by 1 and adds the size of the packet to the "bytes" counter.

What is or isn't happening that you're concerned about ?


        From: M K <gunner_200 at live.com>
 To: "cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net" <cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net> 
 Sent: Tuesday, 23 July 2013 8:10 PM
 Subject: [c-nsp] QoS
Hi allI have configured QoS between two sites across my backbone , the classification was done based on telnet traffic and the marking was done based on the precedence valueI have configured to mark all telnet traffic with precedence value of 3 and I received it fine without any issues
Now my question is as belowWhen I first wrote telnet and checked the output of show policy-map interface fastEthernet 1/0 | inc Class|packet
telnet    Class-map: PRECEDENCE_3 (match-all)        9 packets, 520 bytesUsername : cisco    Class-map: PRECEDENCE_3 (match-all)        16 packets, 905
 bytesPassword : cisco    Class-map: PRECEDENCE_3 (match-all)        23 packets, 1290 bytesR7>exit    Class-map: PRECEDENCE_3 (match-all)        30 packets, 1674 bytes
I want to know what is the methodology used to count these numbers ?

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