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RE: ATM Switch Interoperability Fixed!
It appears that the FORE ASX1000 switches and Ascend Switches do some manipulation of the settings you give them. The Ascend switches allocate [SCR (in cells)] * 1.35 as your CAC (Connection Admission Control) and leaves the PCR untouched. The ASX1000 allocates it as [SCR (in cells)] * 1.75 and leaves the PCR untouched. We recalculated the SCRs to equal out and this solved the problem. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Trey Webb Sr. NOC Engineer BA Global Networks, Inc. 703-295-4407 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ -----Original Message----- From: Alex Bligh [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 1999 12:08 PM To: Steve Murray Cc: Martin, Christian; [email protected]; [email protected] Subject: Re: ATM Switch Interoperability Steve, Formula looks great (interesting). However certainly (Cisco) AIP's don't traffic shape sufficiently accurately for (Cisco) BPX's not to cause the occassional discard. I figured Lightstreams might be the same. In our case the relevant supplier changed CDVT and it fixed this. -- Alex Bligh GX Networks (formerly Xara Networks)