ATM IMA and Class of Service / QoS

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by V. Evans, Nov 12, 2005.

  1. V. Evans

    V. Evans Guest

    Can any one tell me what would happen if you have class of service
    configured on a bundled IMA circuit (two T1's) and you lose one of the
    physical circuits, how does your QoS configuration treat that?

    i.e. You have a class of traffic that is configured to use 60% of your
    circuit (based on the 3Mb of the IMA configuration) and you lose a T1.
    60% ends up being about 1.8Mb, which would then saturate your remaining
    T1 - is this right, or does the router realize it has lost a circuit
    and compensate?
     
    V. Evans, Nov 12, 2005
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  2. The router does recognize the lost circuit if OAM is enabled..
    Otherwise it wont..
     
    Jayesh Sharma, Nov 13, 2005
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