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Supported Devices and Software Releases for CiscoWorks QoS Policy Manager 3.2.2

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Supported Devices and Software Releases for CiscoWorks QoS Policy Manager 3.2.2

Table Of Contents

Supported Devices and Software Releases for CiscoWorks QoS Policy Manager 3.2.2

Supported Devices for QPM 3.2.2

Supported Devices and QoS Techniques for IOS Software Releases

Supported Scheduling Methods

Supported Modular CLI (MQC) Features

Supported Marking, Policing, and Shaping Methods

Supported Link Efficiency Features

Resource Reservation Protocol Support

Supported Frame Relay Traffic Shaping Features

Access Control Policy Support

QoS Analysis (Monitoring) Capabilities

Supported QoS Features for Switches Running IOS

Supported Devices and QoS Techniques for CATOS Software Releases


Supported Devices and Software Releases for CiscoWorks QoS Policy Manager 3.2.2


The tables below describe the devices and software releases that CiscoWorks QoS Policy Manager (QPM) 3.2.2 supports, and the QoS techniques you can use on the supported platforms. Please note that the information in the tables is subject to change, depending on specific devices and their QoS support.

Supported Devices for QPM 3.2.2

Supported Devices and QoS Techniques for IOS Software Releases

Supported Devices and QoS Techniques for CATOS Software Releases

Supported Devices for QPM 3.2.2

Table 1 shows the devices supported by QPM 3.2.2. For each device series, the table shows the supported device OIDs (Object IDs) and device names.

Table 1 Devices Supported by QPM 3.2.2 

Cisco System Device
Device OID
Device Name

1800ISR

1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.620

cisco1841

2800ISR

1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.619

cisco2801

1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.576

cisco2811

1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.577

cisco2821

1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.578

cisco2851

3800ISR

1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.543

cisco3825

1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.544

cisco3845

Cat3750Metro

1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.574

calayst3750Metro


Supported Devices and QoS Techniques for IOS Software Releases

Cisco IOS releases supported include 12.1E, 12.2S and 12.3. In addition, a Cisco IOS mapping function is used to enable QPM 3.2.2 to support 12.1E and 12.2T QoS techniques included in later releases of IOS main (T or E train) software.

These tables show the QoS techniques that you can use with the devices and IOS software releases that QPM 3 supports:

Supported Scheduling Methods

Supported Modular CLI (MQC) Features

Supported Marking, Policing, and Shaping Methods

Supported Link Efficiency Features

Resource Reservation Protocol Support

Supported Frame Relay Traffic Shaping Features

Access Control Policy Support

QoS Analysis (Monitoring) Capabilities

Supported QoS Features for Switches Running IOS

Supported Scheduling Methods

Table 2 shows the scheduling techniques that QPM supports on the devices and IOS software releases. The table uses the following abbreviations:

QoS Feature
QPM Name
Description

CBQ

Class-Based QoS

Class-Based QoS1

CQ

CQ

Custom Queuing

DWFQ

DWFQ

Distributed WFQ and QoS group DWFQ

DWRED

WRED

Distributed WRED

FIFO

FIFO

First In First Out Queuing

FQ

FQ

Fair Queuing (Flow-based Distributed WFQ)

PQ

PQ

Priority Queuing

WFQ

WFQ

Weighted Fair Queuing

WRED

WRED

Weighted Random Early Detection

1 Details of the Class-Based QoS features supported by QPM are shown in Table 3.


Table 2 Supported Scheduling Techniques on Devices and IOS Software Releases 

Cisco Systems Device
IOS Software Release
12.0
12.1
12.2
12.1E
12.2S
12.2T
12.3

1800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

CBQ, CQ, PQ, FIFO, WRED, WFQ

2800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

CBQ, CQ, PQ, FIFO, WRED, WFQ

3800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

CBQ, CQ, PQ, FIFO, WRED, WFQ


Supported Modular CLI (MQC) Features

Table 3 shows the Modular CLI (MQC) features that QPM supports on the devices and IOS software releases. The table uses the following abbreviations:

QoS Feature
QPM Name
Description

Shaping

Shaping, Modular Shaping

Class-Based Shaping and Hierarchical Shaping

D-Shaping

Shaping, Modular Shaping

Class-Based Distributed Shaping and Hierarchical Distributed Shaping

ToS Marking

IP Precedence, DSCP Marking

Class-Based IP Precedence and IP DSCP Marking

COS1

CoS Marking

Class-Based Set Layer 2 Class Of Service Byte

MPLS

MPLS

Class-Based Set and Match MPLS Experimental Byte

FR-DE

FR-DE

Class-Based Set and Match of Frame Relay Discard Eligibly Bit

Policing

Policing

Class-Based Policing

ERate Policing

Policing with Excess rate

Class-Based Excess Rate Policing

LLQ

Priority

Class-Based Low Latency Queuing

IP-RTP

IP-RTP

Class-Based IP-RTP classification

FRF

Voice Fragmentation

Class-Based QoS using MQC with Frame Relay Fragmentation

DFRF

Voice Fragmentation

Class-Based QoS using MQC with Distributed Frame Relay Fragmentation

NBAR

NBAR

Class-Based Network-Based Application Recognition

D-NBAR

NBAR

Class-Based Distributed Network-Based Application Recognition

1 CoS marking is supported only on ISL/802.1Q interfaces


Table 3 Supported MQC Features on Devices and IOS Software Releases 

Cisco Systems Device
IOS Software Release
12.0
12.1
12.2
12.1E
12.2S
12.2T
12.3

1800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

FRF, IP-RTP, ToS Marking, Policing, LLQ, NBAR, Shaping, COS1 , FR-DE

2800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

FRF, IP-RTP, ToS Marking, Policing, LLQ, NBAR, Shaping, COS2 , FR-DE, ERate Policing

3800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

FRF, IP-RTP, ToS Marking, Policing, LLQ, NBAR, Shaping, COS3 , FR-DE, ERate Policing

1 CoS marking is supported only on ISL/802.1Q interfaces.

2 CoS marking is supported only on ISL/802.1Q interfaces.

3 CoS marking is supported only on ISL/802.1Q interfaces.


Supported Marking, Policing, and Shaping Methods

Table 4 shows the marking, policing, and shaping methods that QPM supports on the devices and IOS software releases. The table uses the following abbreviations:

QoS Feature
QPM Name
Description

PBR

Marking

Policy Based Routing (also called coloring or classification)

GTS

Shaping

Generic Traffic Shaping

CAR

Policing

Committed Access Rate


Table 4 Supported Marking, Policing, and Shaping Features on Devices and IOS Software Releases 

Cisco Systems Device
IOS Software Release
12.0
12.1
12.2
12.1E
12.2S
12.2T
12.3

1800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

GTS, CAR

2800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

GTS, CAR

3800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

GTS, CAR


Supported Link Efficiency Features

Table 5 shows the link efficiency features that QPM supports on the devices and IOS software releases. The table uses the following abbreviations:

QoS Feature
QPM Name
Description

IP RTP

IP RTP

IP Real-time Protocol Priority (for IOS releases that do not support MQC IP RTP).

CRTP

CRTP

Compressed Real-time Protocol

LFI

LFI

Link Fragmentation and Interleaving

DCRTP

CRTP

Distributed Compressed Real-time Protocol

DLFI

LFI

Distributed Link Fragmentation and Interleaving

TX-Ring Limit

TX-Ring Limit

Transmission Ring Limit


Table 5 Supported Link Efficiency Features on Devices and IOS Software Releases 

Cisco Systems Device
IOS Software Release
12.0
12.1
12.2
12.1E
12.2S
12.2T
12.3

1800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

IP RTP, CRTP, LFI, TX-Ring Limit

2800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

IP RTP, CRTP, LFI, TX-Ring Limit

3800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

IP RTP, CRTP, LFI, TX-Ring Limit


Resource Reservation Protocol Support

Table 6 shows the devices and IOS software releases that support Resource Reservation Protocol signaling. The table uses the following abbreviations:

RSVP

Resource Reservation Protocol signaling


Table 6 RSVP Support on Devices and IOS Software Releases 

Cisco Systems Device
IOS Software Release
12.0
12.1
12.2
12.1E
12.2S
12.2T
12.3

1800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

RSVP

2800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

RSVP

3800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

RSVP


Supported Frame Relay Traffic Shaping Features

Table 7 shows the frame relay traffic shaping methods that QPM supports on the devices and IOS software releases. The table uses the following abbreviations:

QoS Feature
QPM Name
Description

FRTS

FRTS

Frame Relay Traffic Shaping

FRF

Voice Fragmentation

Enhanced Frame Relay Traffic Shaping with Frame Relay fragmentation (FRF.12)

FRFQ

Extra Parameters for FRTS

Enhanced Frame Relay Traffic Shaping with Frame Relay Fair Queue

FRV

Voice bandwidth

Enhanced Frame Relay Traffic Shaping with Frame Relay Voice Configuration (Frame Relay Voice bandwidth parameter)


Table 7 Supported FRTS Features on Devices and IOS Software Releases 

Cisco Systems Device
IOS Software Release
12.0
12.1
12.2
12.1E
12.2S
12.2T
12.3

1800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

FRTS, FRF, FRFQ, FRV

2800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

FRTS, FRF, FRFQ, FRV

3800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

FRTS, FRF, FRFQ, FRV


Access Control Policy Support

Table 8 shows the devices and IOS software releases for which QPM supports access control policies. The table uses the following abbreviations:

AC

Access Control policies


Table 8 Access Control Policy Support on Devices and IOS Software Releases 

Cisco Systems Device
IOS Software Release
12.0
12.1
12.2
12.1E
12.2S
12.2T
12.3

All IOS Devices supported by QPM except 8500

AC

AC

AC

AC

AC

AC

AC


QoS Analysis (Monitoring) Capabilities

Table 9 shows the types of QoS that QPM QoS Analysis supports on devices and IOS versions. The table uses the following abbreviations:

CAR1

Committed Access Rate

Class-Based QoS2 ,3

Class-Based QoS

1 CAR MIB does not include DSCP information, so policies with the DSCP option cannot be monitored

2 QPM does not support monitoring of network elements that are assigned to a policy group configured with Modular Shaping.

3 QPM does not support monitoring of DSCP-based WRED actions.


Table 9 Supported QoS Analysis on Devices and IOS Software Releases 

Cisco Systems Device
IOS Software Release
12.0
12.1
12.2
12.1E
12.2S
12.2T
12.3

1800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

CAR, Class-Based QoS

2800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

CAR, Class-Based QoS

3800ISR

-

-

-

-

-

-

CAR, Class-Based QoS


Supported QoS Features for Switches Running IOS

Table 10 shows the QoS features that QPM supports on switches running IOS, and IOS software releases. The table uses the following abbreviations:

QoS Feature
QPM Name
Description

CB

-

Class based QoS with Policing, Marking, and Trust

CBQ

Class-Based QoS

Class-Based QoS with Marking, Policing, Shaping, LLQ, NBAR, MPLS

Excess Rate

Excess Rate

Traffic policing including excess rate, microflows and mark down

4Q1T

4Q1T

4 Queue 1 Threshold queuing

4Q2T

4Q2T

4 Queue 2Threshold queuing

2Q2T/1P2Q2T

2Q2T/1P2Q2T

2 Queue 2 Threshold / 1 Priority 2 Queue 2 Threshold queuing

4Q1T-Shape

4Q1T-Shape

4 Queue 1 Threshold queuing with shaping

COS Mapping

COS Mapping

COS-DSCP-COS mapping

IPP Mapping

IPP Mapping

IP-Precedence - DSCP mapping

Marking

Marking

Marking the IP Precedence priority or Marking by Trust

Markdown table

Markdown

DSCP Markdown tables are available.

In-Line Power

In-Line Power

In Line Power for IP Phones

Trust

Trust

Trust IP Precedence, IP DSCP, COS

Excess Markdown table

Excess Rate Markdown

Excess Rate DSCP Markdown tables are available.


Table 10 Supported QoS Features on Switches and IOS Software Releases 

Cisco Systems Device
IOS Software Release
12.0
12.1
12.2
12.1E
12.2S
12.2T

Cat3750

-

-

-

COS Mapping, IPP Mapping, CB, Markdown table, Trust

COS Mapping, IPP Mapping, CB, Markdown table, Trust

-

Cat3750 Metro

-

-

-

COS Mapping, IPP Mapping, CB, Markdown table, Trust

-

-

Catalyst 6000 with PFC running Supervisor IOS

-

-

-

COS Mapping, IPP Mapping, CB, CBQ, 2Q2T/1P2Q2T, Markdown table, VLAN-Based, Trust

COS Mapping, IPP Mapping, CB, CBQ, 2Q2T/1P2Q2T, Markdown table, VLAN-Based, Trust

-

Catalyst 6000 with PFCII running Supervisor IOS

-

-

-

COS Mapping, IPP Mapping, CB, CBQ, 2Q2T/1P2Q2T, Excess Rate, Markdown table, VLAN-Based, Trust, Excess Markdown table

COS Mapping, IPP Mapping, CB, CBQ, 2Q2T/1P2Q2T, Excess Rate, Markdown table, VLAN-Based, Trust, Excess Markdown table

-

Catalyst 6000 with PFCIII running Supervisor IOS

-

-

-

-

COS Mapping, IPP Mapping, CB, CBQ, 2Q2T/1P2Q2T, Excess Rate, Markdown table, VLAN-Based, Trust, Excess Markdown table

-


Supported Devices and QoS Techniques for CATOS Software Releases

Cisco CATOS releases supported include 5.5, 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 7.1, 7.2 ,8.1, 8.2 and 8.3. In addition, a Cisco CATOS mapping function is used to enable QPM to work with the supported QoS techniques of 5.5, 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 7.1, 7.2 , 8.1, 8.2 and 8.3 in later releases of CATOS.

Table 11 describes the QoS techniques that you can use with the devices and CATOS software releases that QPM supports. The table uses the following abbreviations:

QoS Feature
QPM Name
Description

2Q1T

2Q1T

2 Queue 1 Threshold queuing

2Q2T

2Q2T

2 Queue 2 Threshold queuing

1P2Q2T

1P2Q2T

1 Priority 2 Queue 2 Threshold queuing

Marking

Marking

Classification

Policing

Policing

Traffic policing including microflows and mark down

Excess Rate Policing

Excess Rate Policing

Traffic policing including excess rate, microflows and mark down

Excess Burst Policing

Excess Burst Policing

Traffic policing including excess burst

COS Mapping

COS Mapping

COS-DSCP-COS mapping

IPP Mapping

IPP Mapping

IP-Precedence - DSCP mapping

Markdown table

Markdown table

DSCP Markdown tables are available.

VLAN Based

VLAN Based

VLAN Based QoS

Trust

Trust

Trust IP Precedence, IP DSCP, COS

Trust-Ext

Trust-Ext

Trust the Extension COS

In-Line Power

In-Line Power

In Line Power for IP Phones

Excess Markdown table

Excess Rate Markdown

Excess Rate DSCP Markdown tables are available.


Table 11 Supported Devices and QoS Techniques for Catalyst Operating System 

Cisco Systems Device
Catalyst Software Release
5.5
6.x
7.x
8.x

Catalyst 6000 family without PFC

2Q2T, 1P2Q2T,Trust, In-Line Power

2Q2T, 1P2Q2T, Trust, In-Line Power

2Q2T, 1P2Q2T, Trust, In-Line Power

2Q2T, 1P2Q2T, Trust, In-Line Power

Catalyst 6000 family with PFCII

-

Marking, Excess Rate Policing, 2Q2T, 1P2Q2T, COS Mapping, IPP Mapping, Markdown Table, Excess Markdown table, VLAN-Based, Trust, Trust-Ext, In-Line Power

Marking, Excess Rate Policing, Excess Burst Policing, 2Q2T, 1P2Q2T, COS Mapping, IPP Mapping, Markdown Table, Excess Markdown table, VLAN-Based, Trust, Trust-Ext, In-Line Power

Marking, Excess Rate Policing, Excess Burst Policing, 2Q2T, 1P2Q2T, COS Mapping, IPP Mapping, Markdown Table, Excess Markdown table, VLAN-Based, Trust, Trust-Ext, In-Line Power

Catalyst 6000 family with PFCIII

-

   

Marking, Excess Rate Policing, Excess Burst Policing, 2Q2T, 1P2Q2T, COS Mapping, IPP Mapping, Markdown Table, Excess Markdown table, VLAN-Based, Trust, Trust-Ext, In-Line Power