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RE: Priority Queueing Problem posted 02/10/2002
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That is what I had originally, on the router directly connected to
133.7.24.4 I put the priority group on the outbound interface, it didn't
work so I tried the inbound interface.  I just tried it again, it didn't
work initially but then I put "no ip route-cache" on the interface and it
started working with no problem.  Thank you for the kick in the %@#.  Is
that the case with the 2500's, process switching only when priority queueing
is configured? 

~-----Original Message-----
~From: cc13 [mailto:cc13@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
~Sent: Sunday, February 10, 2002 4:07 PM
~To: Lupi, Guy; ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
~Subject: RE: Priority Queueing Problem
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~Isn't priority queuing for "outbound" traffic?
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~-----Original Message-----
~From: nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of
~Lupi, Guy
~Sent: Sunday, February 10, 2002 3:21 PM
~To: 'ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx'
~Subject: Priority Queueing Problem
~
~
~Hey guys, I have a problem with priority queueing.  I have 
~priority queueing
~configured on 2 2600's, working no problem.  I have it 
~configured on 2500's
~and I can't seem to get it to work correctly.  On one of the 
~2500's I am
~trying to have any IP coming from 133.7.24.4 go into the high 
~queue.  Here
~is my config:
~
~access-list 190 permit ip host 133.7.24.4 any
~priority-list 1 protocol ip high list 190
~
~interface Serial0
~ ip address 133.7.24.2 255.255.255.0
~ encapsulation ppp
~ no ip mroute-cache
~ no peer neighbor-route
~ priority-group 1
~ clockrate 1300000
~ compress stac
~ ppp authentication chap
~ ppp chap hostname johnny
~
~This is the config of the router directly connected to the 133.7.24.4
~interface, so when anything comes in from 133.7.24.4 it should 
~go into the
~high queue right?  I am finding that is not the case, when I 
~do a ping from
~133.7.24.4 to anywhere, it is going into the normal queue. I would
~appreciate any help, the evidence of it going into the normal queue is
~below, this is the output of a debug priority on the router directly
~connected to 133.7.24.4 after doing a ping from 133.7.24.4.
~
~04:28:53: PQ: Serial0: ccp (defaulting) -> normal
~04:28:53: PQ: Serial0 output (Pk size/Q 36/2)
~04:28:53: PQ: Serial0: ccp (defaulting) -> normal
~04:28:53: PQ: Serial0 output (Pk size/Q 27/2)
~04:28:53: PQ: Serial0: ccp (defaulting) -> normal
~04:28:53: PQ: Serial0 output (Pk size/Q 28/2)
~04:28:53: PQ: Serial0: ccp (defaulting) -> normal
~04:28:53: PQ: Serial0 output (Pk size/Q 27/2)
~04:28:53: PQ: Serial0: ccp (defaulting) -> normal
~04:28:53: PQ: Serial0 output (Pk size/Q 27/2)
~04:28:55: PQ: Serial0 output (Pk size/Q 16/0)
~04:28:55: PQ: Serial0 output (Pk size/Q 16/0)
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