My goal is to see if the interface gets more than 2gbps of traffic, just to see if it's true.
So I created a policy map with ACL that matches all, and all actions - violate, conform are set to transmit.
It looks like this:
ipv4 access-list test_for_isp 10 permit ipv4 any any class-map match-any class_test_isp match access-group ipv4 test_for_isp end-class-map ! policy-map traffic_test class class_test_isp police rate 1900 mbps conform-action transmit exceed-action transmit violate-action transmit ! ! class class-default ! end-policy-map
but i dont see any counters:
RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:ASR02#show policy-map interface all Mon Sep 18 13:38:16.435 Summer node0_0_CPU0: TenGigE0/0/2/3 input: traffic_test Class class_test_simcentric Classification statistics (packets/bytes) (rate - kbps) Matched : 0/0 0 Transmitted : N/A Total Dropped : 0/0 0 Policing statistics (packets/bytes) (rate - kbps) Policed(conform) : 0/0 0 Policed(exceed) : 0/0 0 Policed(violate) : 0/0 0 Policed and dropped : 0/0 Class class-default Classification statistics (packets/bytes) (rate - kbps) Matched : 0/0 0 Transmitted : N/A Total Dropped : N/A
So, please advise,
- Is my configuration bad?
- Are there any additional statistics that should be enabled?
- Maybe there're any other ways to see burst/peak rates on interfaces - using IOS XR.