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help with Queuing, CBWFQ

Posted on 2006-10-30
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If i'm using CWFQ what happens if data comes into a specific queue that's already full? Does it get dropped or does it get sent to the default-queue?

For example, if i have a queue for UDP data but that queue is full already, will CWFQ drop it or will the over flow of UDP data be sent to the default queue?

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If the destination queue is full, the packet is dropped.
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