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FAQ-What Is the Relationship Among the Queue Matched, Enqueued, and Discarded Fields in Traffic Policy Statistics? (V200R002C00 and Later Versions)

Publication Date:  2015-05-06 Views:  238 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
What Is the Relationship Among the Queue Matched, Enqueued, and Discarded Fields in Traffic Policy Statistics? (V200R002C00 and Later Versions)
Solution
  • Queue Matched: the number of packets and the number of bytes that are allowed to enter a queue.
  • Enqueued: the number of packets and the number of bytes that are allowed to pass a queue.
  • Discarded: the number of packets and the number of bytes that are discarded because the queue is full.
Queue Matched = Enqueued + Discarded

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