For classifying packets into classes with CBWFQ, what is the purpose of configuring a maximum packet limit for a class?

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For classifying packets into classes with CBWFQ, what is the purpose of configuring a maximum packet limit for a class?

  • to control the maximum number of packets that can be received each second on an ingress interface
  • to control the maximum number of packets allowed in a single queue*
  • to control the maximum number of packets that can be forwarded each second on an egress interface
  • to control the maximum number of packets allowed to be discarded

Explanation: The maximum packet limit characteristic is the maximum number of packets allowed to accumulate in the queue for a specific class that is defined using CBWFQ.

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