When using virtual channels with 2 un-shaped channels, so that they share the bandwidth equally, how do you set the bandwidth of the logical interface?
The reason for the query is that the upstream WAN bandwidth is 20Mbps, but the interface is connected to an ISP "modem" at 1Gbps. Is it as simple as saying "set interfaces ge-0/0/0 unit 0 bandwidth 20m" ?
Im guessing it might not be as that just sets the interface speed in the MIB-II "ifspeed" object, however I am hoping that it is just as simple as that.
Thanks again for your reply. I don't seem to have the option for "per-unit-scheduler" after entering "set class-of-service interfaces ge-0/0/5 unit *".
The only possible completions I have are:
adaptive-shaper Adaptive shaper applied to this logical interface
+ apply-groups Groups from which to inherit configuration data
+ apply-groups-except Don't inherit configuration data from these groups
> classifiers Classifiers applied to incoming packets
forwarding-class Forwarding class assigned to incoming packets
> input-traffic-control-profile Input traffic control profile
> loss-priority-maps Loss priority maps applied to incoming packets
> output-traffic-control-profile Output traffic control profile
> rewrite-rules Rewrite rules applied to outgoing packets
scheduler-map Output scheduler map
> shaping-rate Output shaping rate
vc-shared-scheduler Virtual channel group shared scheduler indicator
virtual-channel-group Virtual channel group applied to this logical interface