There are two kinds of meters present in EXOS - system predefined meters and user created meters (global meters).
You can use log, trap and disable-port as actions carried out when the meter encounters out-of-profile packets, using the following command. "Testmeter" is the user created meter.
Example # configure meter testmeter committed-rate 1000 Kbps out-actions drop log trap
Software actions (log, trap, disable port) are not supported for global meters
The above command will work only for system predefined meters which are shown here -
Example # show meter <tab_key>
<metername> meter name
"ingmeter0" "ingmeter1" "ingmeter10" "ingmeter11" "ingmeter12"
"ingmeter13" "ingmeter14" "ingmeter15" "ingmeter2" "ingmeter3"
"ingmeter4" "ingmeter5" "ingmeter6" "ingmeter7" "ingmeter8"
Even so, you will not be able to configure meters globally and must be done on a per-port basis -
Example # configure meter "ingmeter0" committed-rate 1000 Kbps out-actions drop log trap
Error: Per port meter configuration requires either port-list or port group to be specified. ingmeter0 is a per-port meter.
Therefore, you must specify the port number on the meter when configuring log, trap or disable port -
Example # configure meter "ingmeter0" committed-rate 1000 Kbps out-actions drop log trap ports 1