• Author : Neil Jarvis

 
 

ACL-based policing

Ingress policing provides the ability to monitor the data rates for a particular class of traffic and perform action when traffic exceeds user-configured values. This allows users to control ingress bandwidth based on packet classification.  Ingress policing is done by a policing meter which marks incoming traffic and performs actions based on the results of policing meters. We support single rate two color mode. Platform compatibility DCS-7020R (EOS 4.15.0F) DCS-7280E, DCS-7280SE, DCS-7280R, DCS-7280R2 (EOS 4.15.0F) DCS-7280R3 (EOS 4.23.2F) DCS-7500E, DCS-7500R, DCS-7500R2 (EOS 4.15.0F) DCS-7500R3 (EOS 4.23.2F) DCS-7800R3 (EOS 4.23.2F) Configuration Two parameters need to be configured in single rate two...
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Interface Reflector

Description Many a times it helps to make sure the service, that is going to be provided to a customer, is really going to work as expected and within SLA constraints. The Interface Reflector feature allows performing certain actions (such as source/destination MAC address swap) on bridged packets that are reflected back from the interface. It is useful to test properties and SLAs before deploying the service for a customer. Actions available are: Swap source and destination MAC addresses Actions can be applied to packets going in the following forwarding directions of a reflector interface: Out (egressing the interface) Platform...
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