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Time Frame used for MPLS CIR / Shaping

 
 
tm4525@aol.com
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      07-17-2006
Does anyone know what time period is used for determining things like
CIR, and over and under a service level? For example if you send 50Kbs
one second and nothing the next you are at 25Kb/s, but if you have a
32K CIR you might be considered over for the first second. Do ciscos
use a running total (if so over what time period, and is it tunable),
or does it use a sliding window (and how long a window)?

Thanks.

Tommy

 
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