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Cisco QoS Policy Map Question

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Our ISP, (BT) have applied the following policy map to their WAN interface:

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policy-map Parent-Shaper
 description 20000K CDR
 class class-default
  shape average 18400000 73600 0
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Can someone please explain what the policy map is achieving?

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Carlton
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Try "show policy interface <WAN Interface>"

It will describe itself.

Basically  the traffic that does not fall into one of the defined classes is configured to shape traffic to 17.5 Mb, with a normal burst size of 73600 bits
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