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Cisco Bug: CSCus74979 - lower-ip-precedence not working when data packet exceeds CIR

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May 22, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 5000 Series

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Description (partial)

This was the behaviour change for non-gbr bearer for commited data rate policy application.

When "committed-data-rate" cli is configured in charging action for non-gbr bearer with exceed-action lower-ip-precedence, ToS value for packet was not getting modified.

   flow limit-for-bandwidth direction uplink peak-data-rate 75000000 peak-burst-size 14062500 violate-action discard committed-data-rate 88000 committed-burst-size 16500 exceed-action lower-ip-precedence

packets coming to non-gbr bearer and matching to charging action having "committed-data-rate" cli configured , In this case exceed action configured for "committed-data-rate" wont get applied.
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