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- From: Howard Smith
- Date: Thu Apr 20 21:29:02 2000
> 3) The best way to manage this situation is to use
> the Class of Service per-VC queuing feature. This
> will create a separate queue for each PVC, and will
> insure that offending PVCs don't affect other PVCs
> on the same interface. What it will also do is link
> Layer 2 traffic engineering (ATM traffic shaping) to
> Layer 3 flow control by using WRED to throttle TCP
> flows on PVCs which are exceeding their ATM PVC
> limits. As the TCP windows close, the packet flows
> will be reduced until they fit within the shaped
> PVC's limits.
Only one VC queue on the OC12 ATM interfaces on the
GSR series. So, is it queuing delay or cell loss
slowing it down?
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