Cisco Bug: CSCte66782 - priority propagation broken when performing reparent
Nov 11, 2010
- Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers
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Symptom: Added latency to priority packets. Conditions: When configuring model F broadband configuration using ANCP to change the shape rates on individual VLANs, priority propagation at the VLAN node may become disabled resulting in possible higher latency for priority packets. The same result occurs if you remove the shaper policy-map from the VLAN and then re-apply it. W hen using ATM VCs in a broadband environment, priority propagation is disabled resulting in higher latency for priority packets.
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