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Old 09-18-2014, 10:05 PM
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Default CS1K 7.6/Vtrk CLS is always defaulting to MSBT

Vtrk CLS is always defaulting to MSBT

When new virtual trunks are added , the CLS is always defaulting to MSBT rather than MSNV as mentioned in the NTP. See a patch MPLR26941 , on old Release 5 for defautling the trunks to MSNV. But guess this was not ported to latest release. So either the NTP needs to be corrected or code changes be made to default the CLS to MSNV. Please see attachment for details.

It looks like there may be a mismatch between the NTP , and what we see in real. On the admin document we see that the trunk should get created with a default class of service as “MSNV”. But in reality however we create a virtual trunk it always gets defaulted to “MSBT”
- Page 230

Also I see patch MPLR26941 made to default the default trunk CLS to MSNV on Release 5.5. But doesn’t work currently on 7.5/7.65.

Document WI has been opened to update the NTP
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