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Hi,

Why traffic shaping done only at egress and not in ingress, whereas policing can be done on both ingress and egress ?

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Shaping requires queuing in order to buffer excess traffic. Since queues are outbound by design then shaping can only be done outbound, whereas policing doesn't require a queue and it able to just drop excess traffic, so it can be used outbound or inbound.
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