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    Troubleshooting Multilevel Overload Protection

    To troubleshoot multilevel overloads, consider:

    • Configurable low and high thresholds in percentage for each resource monitored
    • Configurable Local policy to apply when the resource low or high threshold is reached

      Note: For example: When memory usage reaches 70%, accept only calls with an allocation and retention priority (ARP) of 5 and higher. When memory usage reaches 90%, accept only calls with ARP of 3 or higher.

    • Internal redirection policy to equally distribute calls to various session PICs in the chassis

    Published: 2011-11-16