Cisco Bug: CSCuq57437 - 100G:Acl-based classification not supported
Feb 05, 2017
- Cisco Nexus 6000 Series Switches
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Symptom: We see ingress BMI drops due to congestion at the egress interface on N96-1. The same egress interface happens to be the routing interface for erspan traffic and 100% BW is allocated to class-default. Total SPAN traffic is 40G and it should use 40% of BW of class-default. Remaining 60% BW should be utilized by class-4(regular traffic) and we should see 60% regular traffic. But we are not seeing that. There seem to be issue in the class mapping of Century. Conditions: this is due to not supporting Acl-based classification. All the traffic enter into default class and hence we see this case.
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