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    Setting the Peak Rate for Rate-Limit Profiles

    For two-rate rate-limit profiles only, you can use the peak-rate command to set the peak rate in bits per second for a rate-limit profile; range is 1–4294967295. Use to set the peak rate as a percentage value; range is 0–100. During a software upgrade, the peak rate in a rate-limit profile is automatically set to 0 if it was nonzero but less than the committed rate before the upgrade. The no version to restores the default value, 0.

    When you specify a nonzero value for the peak rate, the peak burst size is calculated based on a 100-ms burst as follows:

    peak burst in bytes = (peak rate in bps x 100 ms) ÷ 8 bits per byte

    The CLI displays peak rate in bits per second and peak burst in bytes. For example, if the rate is 8 Mbps, the burst size is 100 ms x 8 Mbps = 800,000 bits or 100,000 bytes:

    peak burst = (8,000,000 bps x 100 ms) ÷ 8 = 100,000 bytes

    For this example, displaying the rate-limit profile shows:

    peak-rate 8000000peak-burst 100000

    If the calculated peak burst value is less than the default peak burst size of 8 KB, the default burst size is used. For most configurations this value is probably sufficient, making it optional to configure the associated peak burst size.

    • Issue the peak-rate command in Rate Limit Profile Configuration mode to set the peak rate:
      host1(config-rate-limit-profile)#peak-rate refRlpRate percentage 100

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    Published: 2014-08-14