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Re: output queue thresholds [7:98910] posted 04/29/2005
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"The congestive-discard-threshold number is the threshold beyond which
messages for high-volume traffic are not queued."

That's from CCNP Practical Studies: Remote Access.

You can change this value with the interface configuration command
'fair-queue congestive-discard-value' and it defaults to 64.


On 4/29/05, Priscilla Oppenheimer  wrote:
> Any one know what threshold means in this output from show interface on a
> 2600 router:
> Queueing strategy: weighted fair
>   Output queue: 0/1000/64/0 (size/max total/threshold/drops)
> Thanks!
> Priscilla
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