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Name

frame-relay broadcast-queue — interface

Synopsis

frame-relay broadcast-queue size byte-rate packet-rate
no frame-relay broadcast-queue

Configures

Queues for broadcast traffic

Default

Size, 64; byte rate, 256,000 bps; packet rate, 36 packets per second

Description

This command sets the broadcast queue parameters for a Frame Relay interface. A broadcast queue is used for any broadcast packets that have to be replicated for multiple DLCIs on the interface.

size

The number of packets to hold in the queue. Normally, you want at least 20 for each DLCI on the interface.

byte-rate

The maximum number of bytes to be transmitted per second. This value should be less than:

  • 1/4 the local access rate (in bytes per second)

  • N/4 times the minimum remote access rate, where N is the number of DLCIs to which the broadcast should be replicated

packet-rate

The maximum number of packets to be transmitted per second.

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