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Disabling Hierarchical Bandwidth Adjustment for Subscriber Interfaces with Reverse-OIF Mapping

You can disable hierarchical bandwidth adjustment for all subscriber interfaces with reverse OIF mapping enabled on a specified multicast interface. Reverse OIF mapping is used to determine the subscriber VLAN interface and the multicast traffic bandwidth on the interface.

To disable hierarchical bandwidth adjustment:

  1. Specify that you want to access the subscriber interfaces with reverse-OIF mapping enabled.
    [edit routing-instances routing-instance routing-options multicast interface interface-name]user@host# edit reverse-oif-mapping
  2. Disable hierarchical bandwidth adjustment for all subscriber interfaces on the interface.
    user@host# set no-qos-adjust

Published: 2010-04-15

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