What are experiential values of CBS and PBS when CAR is configured on interfaces

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In most cases:

-If the peak information rate (PIR) is configured and the PIR and CIR are different, the committed burst size (CBS) is 125 times greater than the committed information rate (CIR), and the peak burst size (PBS) is 125 times greater than the PIR.
-If the PIR is not configured or the PIR and CIR are the same, the CBS is 188 times greater than the CIR, and the PBS is 313 times greater than the CIR.
The CIR value is expressed in kbit/s, and the CBS and PBS values are expressed in Bytes.

Other related questions:
What are recommended values of the CBS and PBS when interface-based traffic policing is used
When interface-based traffic policing is configured on an AR, it is recommended that the default CBS and PBS be used. - If the PIR is set and is different from the CIR, the CBS is 125 times the CIR and the PBS is 125 times the PIR. - If the PIR is not set or the PIR equals the CIR, the CBS is 188 times the CIR and the PBS is 313 times the CIR. The CIR is expressed in kbit/s, and the CBS and PBS are expressed in bytes.

Differences between CARs configured globally and on an interface of an S series modular switch
For S series modular switches, the committed access rate (CAR) configured on an interface only limits the rate of packets on this interface, while the CAR configured globally limits the rate of packets on all interfaces of a specified card if the slot ID is specified, and limits the rate of packets on all interfaces of each card if the slot ID is not specified. Assume that the CAR for inbound packets is set to 5000 kbit/s. - If the CAR is applied to an interface, the maximum rate for the interface to receive packets is 5000 kbit/s. - If the CAR is applied globally and the slot ID is specified, the sum of the maximum rates for all interfaces on the cards in the slot to receive packets is 5000 kbit/s. - If the CAR is applied globally and the slot ID is not specified, the sum of the maximum rates for all interfaces on each card to receive packets is 5000 kbit/s.

What is the maximum number of the qos car configurations on the same interface of an AR
An AR router supports a maximum of 16 qos car configurations on the same interface.

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