A customer’s traffic is traversing your network, which consists of Junos devices. You must configure class of
service for the traffic to meet a service-level agreement.
In this scenario, which two statements are true? (Choose two.)
By default, a packet’s loss priority can be either low or high.
A packet’s loss priority can be set using classifiers or rewrite markers.
By default, a packet’s loss priority can be either low, medium-low, medium-high, or high.
A packet’s loss priority can be set using classifiers or policers.
A: Loss priority settings help determine which packets are dropped from the network during periods of
congestion. The software supports multiple packet loss priority (PLP) designations: low and high. (In addition,
medium-low and medium-high PLPs are supported when you configure tricolor marking.)
D: Packet loss priorities (PLPs) allow you to set the priority for dropping packets. You can use the PLP setting
to identify packets that have experienced congestion. Typically, you mark packets exceeding some service
level with a high loss priority—that is, a greater likelihood of being dropped. You set PLP by configuring a
classifier or a policer.
5 Comments on “which two statements are true?”
why not A and B? we can use rewrite rules also to change the PLP.
Correct answer is A, D.
Rewriter can use PLP not set them.
Answer : A & D
Options A and D, Final answer.
Packet Loss Priority is part of the traffic classification process. This is done on ingress to the device. It can be changed by firewall policy or policers.
Classifiers and policers are used mostly on the ingress.