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jtantsura at upcbroadband.com
Fri Dec 9 11:19:32 EST 2005
I could definitely recall Juniper doc saying that NC traffic by default
always goes to queue 3.
P.S. It was a pleasure to be your student (5 years ago in A-dam) :)
From: Harry Reynolds [mailto:harry at juniper.net]
Sent: 01 December 2005 03:25
To: Bob Arthurs; juniper-nsp at puck.nether.net
Cc: juniper at groupstudy.com
Subject: RE: [j-nsp] (no subject)
Thanks for the feedback, and as far as I know the answer is "no".
Locally generated RE traffic is pre-classified, if you will, and takes a
bypass route to the egress FPC that does not allow IPII based
classification override mechanisms, i.e., you cannot use a firewall
filter with a then forwarding-class action.
Locally generated network control traffic is normally sent via queue 0
(the BE queue), unless there is a retransmission. In this case it is
placed into queue 3 (NC). I'm not sure what happens with retransmissions
on a locally generated Telnet session; it seems we code a default class
of service for Telnet, which makes it seem the RE does not consider them
Regards, and HTHs
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> Sent: Wednesday, November 30, 2005 3:50 PM
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> Subject: [j-nsp] (no subject)
> i am reading through chapter 6 in the book called 'JNCIE:
> Juniper Networks Certified Internet Expert' written by Harry
> Reynolds (very good book), but i have some questions that are
> not answered:
> i want to place telnet, ssh or radius into the network
> control forwarding class when these packets are LOCALLY
> generated by a router, how is this possible? can i apply a
> classifier or firewall filter to a loopback interface on the router?
> thankyou very much in advance.
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