[c-nsp] SPA Module compatibility

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Tue Feb 25 22:57:56 EST 2014

On Tuesday, February 25, 2014 11:45:37 AM Christian Kratzer 

> All this seems to work far too well these days and the
> expectation seems to be that you can define products at
> any bandwidth and the the right thing (tm) will just
> happen.

We have found policing in both directions to work very well 
provided you have reasonable burst sizes.

As you know, too big and your policer is ineffective. Too 
small and and your policer is over-eager.

If you have the right burst size, the policer is a great 
tool to manage bandwidth without dropping in-contract 

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