Command:

show interfaces fair-queue

Mode:

Router#


Syntax:

show interfaces [interface-type interface-number] fair-queue


Syntax Description:

interface-type

(Optional) The name of the interface.

interface-number

(Optional) The number of the interface.

 

Command Description:

To display information and all statistics about weighted fair queueing for a VIP-based interface, use the show interfaces fair-queue EXEC command.


Example:

The following is a sample of output from the show interfaces fair-queue command:

Router#show interfaces fair-queue

Hssi0/0/0 queue size 0
        packets output 1417079, drops 2
 WFQ: aggregate queue limit 54, individual queue limit 27
    max available buffers 54

     Class 0: weight 10 limit 27 qsize 0 packets output 1150 drops 0
     Class 1: weight 20 limit 27 qsize 0 packets output 0 drops 0
     Class 2: weight 30 limit 27 qsize 0 packets output 775482 drops 1
     Class 3: weight 40 limit 27 qsize 0 packets output 0 drops 0
 

The table describes the fields and statistics shown in this display.

Table: show interfaces fair-queue Field Descriptions

Field Description

queue size

Current output queue size for this interface

packets output

Number of packets transmitted out this interface, or, number of packets in this class transmitted out the interface.

drops

Number of packets dropped, or, number of packets in this class dropped

aggregate queue limit

Aggregate limit, in number of packets

individual queue limit

Individual limit, in number of packets

max available buffers

Available buffer space allocated to aggregate queue limit, in number of packets

Class

QoS group or ToS class

weight

Percent of bandwidth allocated to this class during periods of congestion

limit

Queue limit for this class, in number of packets

qsize

Current size of the queue for this class

 

Misconceptions:
None

Related commands:
show interfaces

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