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  1. Great explanation my friend. Thank you for making this tutorial very clear and concise.

     

    Kyle

  2. In the paragraph at the end, just wondering where you got the 1024 from for the sustained bits per interval?

    The following commands however should give you the exact same result:

    shape peak 128000
    shape average 256000 1024 0

  3. Hello Chris,

    If you configure shape average and configure only the shaping rate then you get a Bc and Be:

    R1(config-pmap-c)#shape average 256000

    This shows:

    R1#show policy-map interface Fa0/0 | include bc
          shape (average) cir 256000, bc 1024, be 1024
    

    So I only reconfigured it and set the Be to 0:

    R1(config-pmap-c)#shape average 256000 1024 0

    And we get:

    R1)#show policy-map interface Fa0/0 | include bc
          shape (average) cir 256000, bc 1024, be 0

  4. Hello Rene/Laz,
    I have a few questions and I am going to use the below topology as the reference.

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    In this topology, there are two internet connections as you see in the picture and HSRP is configured between them. One router is active for one VLAN and another router is active for another VLAN is HSRP. There are two different firewalls for two different purposes. In this scenario, a lot of packet discards are being observed in the Trust zone and Untrust zo

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