Cisco IOS XR Modular Quality of Service Configuration Guide for the Cisco CRS Router
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - L - M - P - Q - R - S - T - V - W -

Index

A

ATM CLP bit, matching on QC-38

B

bandwidth

egress minimum on CRS-MSC-140G QC-62

bandwidth command QC-71

bundle interfaces QC-12, QC-14, QC-15, QC-16

C

class-based packet marking

configuring QC-28

set qos-group command QC-30

class command QC-113

classification

description QC-11

methods QC-11

QoS group QC-14

See class-based packet marking

See IP precedence

set cos command QC-14

set qos-group command QC-14

summary QC-2

class-map command QC-22

class map submode

match access-group command QC-22

match discard-class command QC-23

match dscp command QC-23

match precedence command QC-23

match protocol command QC-23

match qos-group command QC-23

clear channel ATM SPAs

priority queue QC-61

queue-based actions QC-60

random detect QC-96

statistics QC-21

conform-action command QC-79

congestion avoidance

defined QC-93

description QC-93

summary QC-3

congestion management, summary QC-3

control packets QC-134

CoS (class of service), defining classes QC-17

CRS-MSC-140G

egress minimum bandwidth QC-62

egress queueing QC-62

high-priority propagation QC-61

ingress queueing QC-62

interfaces supported QC-5

layer-all accounting QC-63, QC-64

policer burst granularity QC-64

policer requirement QC-61

policing QC-64

priority queueing QC-61

D

default traffic class

summary QC-14

tail drop QC-14

differentiated service model, classification QC-17

E

exceed-action command QC-74

F

fabric quality of service

configuring QC-111

configuring (examples) QC-114

creating a fabric QoS service policy QC-112

overview QC-110

policy-map command QC-113

G

granularity

policer QC-68

policer burst QC-64

shaper QC-69

H

hierarchical ingress policing

configuring QC-37

example QC-52

Hierarchical VPLS QC-125

high-priority propagation QC-61

I

in-place policy modification

(examples) QC-53

description QC-20

interfaces

Link Bundling QC-119

supported on CRS-MSC-140G QC-5

interface submode

service-policy command QC-27

IP DSCP (differentiated services code point) value, when to use QC-18

IP precedence

default QC-18

edge router function QC-17

low-latency queueing (LLQ) QC-14

overview QC-17

packet classification QC-17

QoS features supported QC-18

reset recommendation QC-18

ToS field QC-17

values (table) QC-17

when to use QC-18

WRED QC-14

L

layer-all accounting QC-63, QC-64

LLQ (low-latency queueing)

See queueing

M

match access-group command QC-22

match cos command QC-22

match discard-class command QC-23

match dscp command QC-23

match precedence command QC-23

match protocol command QC-23

match qos-group command QC-23

match vlan command QC-24

MDRR (Modified Deficit Round Robin), defined QC-60

MDRR (modified deficit round robin), description QC-60

MQC (modular QoS command-line interface), description QC-4

Multicast VPN QC-132

multiple action set

(examples) QC-86

conditional multiple action set

policer egress markings QC-65

policer ingress markings QC-65

description QC-64

unconditional multiple action set QC-15

egress markings QC-16

ingress markings QC-15

P

P2MDRR (packet-by-packet MDRR), description QC-60

partitioning network, QoS packet marking QC-14

police command QC-78

policer

burst granularity QC-64

policer granularity QC-68

policers and shapers, description QC-60

policing

CRS-MSC-140G QC-64

policy map class submode

bandwidth command QC-71

police command QC-78

set cos command QC-30

set discard-class command QC-30

set dscp command QC-29

set precedence command QC-29

set qos-group command QC-33

set srp-priority command QC-30

shape average command QC-101

policy map police submode

conform-action command QC-79

exceed-action command QC-74

policy map submode

class command QC-113

Q

Q-in-Any QoS QC-129

QinQ QoS QC-128

QoS (Quality of Service)

benefits QC-2

characteristics QC-1

congestion mechanisms, policers and shapers QC-59

features

class-based packet marking QC-14

traffic policing QC-3

traffic shaping QC-3

techniques

classification QC-11

congestion avoidance QC-3

congestion management QC-3

packet classification QC-2

queueing

egress on CRS-MSC-140G QC-62

ingress on CRS-MSC-140G QC-62

low-latency queuing (LLQ) QC-60

quantum size QC-60

scheduling mechanism QC-60

strict priority QC-60

R

RFC 791, Internet Protocol QC-17

rings (outer and inner) QC-134

S

service models, end-to-end, differentiated service QC-4

service-policy command QC-27

service-policy command, attaching traffic policies QC-26

set cos command QC-30

set discard-class command QC-30

set dscp command QC-29

set precedence command QC-29

set qos-group command QC-33

set srp-priority command QC-30

shape average command QC-101

shaper granularity QC-69

show policy-map interface command QC-28

SRP QC-134

T

traffic class

class-map command QC-12

creating QC-21

major elements QC-12

match commands QC-12

traffic policer

committed information rate (CIR) QC-64

peak information rate (PIR) QC-64

purpose QC-66

single-rate, two color policer QC-64

traffic policers and traffic shapers, use of traffic descriptor QC-11

traffic policing

description QC-63

exceed-action command QC-79

packet marking QC-65

single-rate token bucket QC-67

summary QC-3

traffic policy

attaching to an interface QC-26

class command QC-13

creating QC-24

elements QC-13

maximum number of traffic classes QC-13

policy-map command QC-13

purpose QC-13

traffic shaping

description QC-63

enabled QC-63

shape average command QC-76

traffic policing, contrasted with QC-68

V

VPLS QoS QC-135

W

wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) QC-134

WRED (weighted random early detection)

average queue size QC-95

IP Precedence QC-94

overview QC-94

TCP QC-95

uses QC-94