[c-nsp] asr9000 policy-map on bundle interface

gurbo at golas.ru gurbo at golas.ru
Tue Feb 18 01:33:43 EST 2014


On Tue, 18 Feb 2014 06:02:50 +0000
"Oliver Boehmer (oboehmer)" <oboehmer at cisco.com> wrote:

> >On Monday, February 17, 2014 03:24:04 PM Cydon Satyr wrote:
> >
> >> Should a policy-map with priority/bandwidth/queue
> >> parameters be applied on a bundle interface or
> >> individual physical interfaces?
> >
> >With IOS XR, QoS policies are applied on the bundle
> >interface, not the member links.
> true, however they are enforced on the physical member links (check out,
> for example, http://tools.cisco.com/squish/e8189). This gets tricky when
> you want to police/shape some traffic across multiple members to a fixed
> amount as there is no shared policy instance across physical ports.

I also saw in my practice how the traffic that you want to police, police on each member in Bundle ethernet.
It was brute-force traffic on RDP. The 5Mbit police was on BE interface. BE Interface consisted on 4 GE physical links. Client received bandwidth 5x4=20 Mbit.

Alexandr Gurbo

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