What are two approaches to prevent packet loss due to congestion on an interface? (Choose two.)
- Decrease buffer space.
- Disable queuing mechanisms.
- Drop lower-priority packets.
- Prevent bursts of traffic.
- Increase link capacity.
There are three approaches to prevent sensitive traffic from being dropped:
- Increase link capacity to ease or prevent congestion.
- Guarantee enough bandwidth and increase buffer space to accommodate bursts of traffic from fragile flows.
- Prevent congestion by dropping lower-priority packets before congestion occurs.