Low density Juniper (or alternative) Edge

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Wed Mar 16 07:40:28 UTC 2016

On 15/Mar/16 20:14, ML-NANOG-Stefan-Jakob wrote:

> Do yo have more details what's wrong with the XR platform?
> Which hardware do we talk about and which XR version is your statement
> applying?

Well, as it turns out, I just found out and confirmed that since IOS XE
3.12S and later, Cisco introduced a new feature called Aggregate
EtherChannel Quality of Service:


With this, you can now apply a QoS policy on a LAG port and it will work
with (almost) all QoS features without you needing to apply the policies
on the LAG member links. I still need to spend some more time testing
the policing side of things, particularly how the data plane is
programmed re: carving of configured bandwidth across member ports in
the LAG.

I also see some good work being done on the ASR920 platform (also an IOS
XE-based system), as per below:


From what I can gather, none of this love has made it to IOS or IOS XR

So quite pleased with what I'm seeing with Cisco so far in this regard...


More information about the NANOG mailing list