Cisco Nexus 7000 Series NX-OS Quality of Service Configuration Guide, Release 6.x
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Table Of Contents

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

Index

A

access control lists. See ACLs

ACLs

classification criteria 2-2

configuring matching 2-4

IP version 2-4

matching sequence 2-2

permit-deny 2-4

Address Resolution Protocol. See ARP

ARP

classification criteria 2-2

B

bandwidth allocation

bandwidth remaining 8-22, 8-23

configuration example 8-34

configuring 8-23

defined 8-1

egress traffic 8-4

ingress traffic 8-4

shaping 8-22

burst-optimized 9-2

burst sizes

policing 6-6

C

CIR

cir-markdown-map 6-5

defined 6-4

Class-based Flow Control 11-1

classification

and class maps 2-1

class-default 2-2

configuration example 2-17

criteria 2-1

defined 2-1

egress traffic 2-2

guidelines 2-3

ingress traffic 2-2

limitations 2-3

marking 4-1

matching alternatives 2-1

multiple criteria 2-2

troubleshooting 2-2, 2-4

class map

default 3-7

match all 2-2, 3-2

queuing default 3-8

queuing system-defined 3-8

system-defined 3-7

class-map

troubleshooting 2-2, 3-2

class maps

and marking 4-1

and policy maps 3-7

applying description 3-15

classifying traffic 3-3

configuration example 2-17

configuring 3-11

description 3-2

matching other class maps 2-15

maximum criteria 2-3

modifying 3-11, 8-3, 8-8

modifying CoS values 8-6

policing command 6-8

queuing 3-11, 10-10

system-defined 3-7, 8-8, 8-12, 8-16, 8-23, 8-25, 8-27, 8-29

system-defined for type queuing 3-7, 8-7

troubleshooting 3-11

VDCs 2-2

verifying 2-17, 3-17

class-maps

troubleshooting 8-7

Class of Service. See CoS

CLNS

classification criteria 2-2

color-aware policers

description 6-1

color-aware policing

conditions 6-1

description 6-8

steps to configure 6-9

conforming traffic

actions 6-4, 6-5

color-aware policing 6-1

congestion 11-1

congestion avoidance

taildrop 8-3

WRED 8-3

Congestion Control 9-2

congestion management

configuring 8-22

egress traffic 8-4

ingress traffic 8-4

policy maps 8-22

Connectionless Network Service. See CLNS

COS

queuing 8-2

CoS

classification criteria 2-1

configuring marking 4-7

marking 4-2

modified in queues 8-9

modifying 7-3, 8-6, 10-11

modifying system-defined class maps 8-8

modifying values 8-3

policy maps 8-22

queuing 8-6

taildrop 8-3, 8-12

values 8-2

WRED 8-16

CoS-to-queue mapping

modifying 8-3

CoS value

configuring matching 2-13

D

Data Center Bridging 9-1

data rates

policing 6-4

DCB cloud 9-1

DCBXP 11-2

defaults 1-6

default settings

bandwidth 8-25

per interface 3-7

statistics 13-1

Differentiated Services Code Point. See DSCP

DiffServ. See DSCP

discard class

classification criteria 2-2

configuring marking 4-9

configuring matching 2-10, 2-11

marking 4-2

documentation

additional publications i-xv

dropping packets

policing 6-1

DSCP 4-1

classification criteria 2-1

configuring for marking 4-3

configuring matching 2-5

marking 4-1

modifying with policy maps 4-10

policing 6-8

standard values 2-5

trusted 4-10

E

egress traffic

bandwidth allocation 8-4

congestion management 8-4

Layer 2 interfaces 1-4

Layer 3 interfaces 1-4

marking 4-2

matching 2-2

policers 6-3

QoS policy map 4-10

queue limits 8-29

shaping 8-27

shared-mode port groups 8-5

examples

bandwidth allocation 8-34

classification 2-17

class maps 2-17

marking 4-15

mutation mapping 5-5

policing 6-18, 6-19

priority 8-33

queueing 8-32, 10-17

queue limit 8-33

scheduling 8-32, 10-17

setting ingress port CoS 8-32

shaping 8-33

statistics 13-4

taildrop 8-33

WRED 8-34

exceeding traffic

actions 6-5

color-aware 6-1

G

guidelines

classification 2-3

marking 4-2

policing 6-3

queuing 8-5, 10-9

scheduling 8-5, 10-9

shared policers 6-2

I

ingress traffic

applying CoS values 8-7

bandwidth allocation 8-4

congestion management 8-4

Layer 2 interfaces 1-4

Layer 3 interfaces 1-4

marking 4-2

matching 2-2

policers 6-3

QoS policy map 4-10

queue limits 8-29

queue size 8-12

setting ingress CoS 8-3

interfaces

default queuing class maps

defined 3-7

default queuing policy 1-6

IPC 9-1

IP precedence 4-1

classification criteria 2-1

configuring marking 4-5

configuring matching 2-7

marking 4-1

values 2-7

L

Layer 2 ports

policies applied 2-3

licenses

VLANs 2-2, 3-2, 4-2, 5-2, 6-2, 8-4, 9-6, 10-8, 11-2, 12-2, 13-1

limitations

classification 2-3

marking 4-2

policing 6-3

queuing 8-5, 10-9

scheduling 8-5, 10-9

link-level flow control 11-1

M

markdown maps

policing 6-5, 6-13

marking 4-1

and class maps 4-1

and policy maps 4-1

and table maps4-12to ??

classification 4-1

configuration example 4-15

configuring DSCP 4-3

configuring for CoS 4-7

configuring for discard class 4-9

configuring for IP precedence 4-5

configuring for QoS internal label 4-7

CoS 4-2

description 4-1

discard class 4-2

egress traffic 4-2

guidelines 4-2

ingress traffic 4-2

limitations 4-2

multiple features 4-3

policing 6-1

QoS internal label 4-2

qos policies 3-4

troubleshooting 4-1, 4-2, 4-3, 4-12

matching

all criteria 2-2

configuring for ACLs 2-4

configuring for CoS values 2-13

configuring for discard class 2-10, 2-11

configuring for DSCP 2-5

configuring for IP precedence 2-7

configuring for Layer 3 packet length 2-12

configuring for protocol 2-9

configuring for QoS internal label 2-10

configuring RTP 2-14

configuring UDP port ranges 2-14

egress traffic 2-2

ignore specific criteria 2-2

ingress traffic 2-2

maximum criteria 2-3

multiple criteria 2-2

other class maps 2-15

troubleshooting 2-2, 2-10, 2-11

mesh-optimized 9-2

modifying QoS fields

marking 4-1

Modular QoS CLI. See MQC

mutation

troubleshooting 5-1

mutation mapping

configuration example 5-5

configuring 5-3

policy maps 5-1, 5-3

sequence on egress traffic 5-2

sequence on ingress traffic 5-1

service policies 5-3

troubleshooting 5-3

values 5-3

verifying 5-5

mutation marking

description 5-1

N

named aggregate policer

shared policers 6-15

Network QoS 9-1

network qos policy 9-1

P

Pause behavior 9-2

peak information rate. See PIR

Per Priority Pause 11-1

PIR

defined 6-4

pir-markdown-map 6-5

policers

applied to distributed traffic 6-3

color-aware 6-1

dual-rate

description 6-1

single-rate

description 6-1

types 6-5

policing

burst sizes 6-6

class maps 6-8

color-aware 3-7, 6-4, 6-8, 6-9

configuration examples 6-18, 6-19

data rates 6-4, 6-6

description 6-1

dropping packets 6-1

dual-rate 6-4

egress 6-13

guidelines 6-3

ingress 6-13

limitations 6-3

markdown 6-13

markdown maps 6-5

marking packets 6-1

multiple interfaces 6-2

named aggregate policer 6-15

qos policies 3-4

single-rate 6-4

traffic that exceeds 6-1

troubleshooting 6-4

verifying 6-18

policy-based routing

configuring set parameters 12-5

description 12-1

enabling 12-5

example configuration 12-7

policy maps

and class maps 3-3, 3-14

and marking 4-1

applying description 3-15

bandwidth 8-23

configuring 3-14

congestion management 8-22

CoS 8-22

default queuing policy maps 3-10

description 3-2

detaching 3-18

hierarchical 5-1

marking 4-3, 4-10

maximum classes 2-3

modifying 3-14

modifying CoS value 8-6

mutation mapping 5-1, 5-3

priority 8-23

queue size 8-22

queuing 10-10

setting DSCP value 4-10

shaping 8-23

shared policers 6-2

system-defined 3-9, 8-6

taildrop 8-22

verifying 3-17

WRED 8-22

port channels

QoS policies 3-17

ports

trusted 7-3, 8-6, 10-11

untrusted 7-3, 8-6, 10-11

priority

configuration example 8-33

default settings 8-25

queues 8-4

priority flow control 11-1

priority queues

configuring 8-25

protocol

classification criteria 2-2

configuring matching 2-9

valid matches 2-9

Q

QoS

commit model 3-21

default behavior 1-6

enabling 3-17

queuing 8-1, 10-1

scheduling 8-1, 10-1

Session Manager 3-21

statistics 13-2

steps to configure 1-2

troubleshooting 8-3, 8-16, 8-19

QoS internal label

classification criteria 2-1

configuring marking 4-7

configuring matching 2-10

marking 4-2

QoS policies

applying 3-17

attaching 3-17

implementing 3-17

multiple interfaces 3-17

port channels 3-17

VLANs 3-17

qos policies

description 3-2, 3-4

maximum 3-3

QoS troubleshooting 8-23

Quality of Service. See QoS

quanta 11-1

queue limits

configuration example 8-33

configuring 8-29

queues

nonpriority 8-25

priority 8-4, 8-25

shaping 8-27

strict priority 8-1, 8-2

queue size

10-Gigabit Ethernet ports 8-12

policy maps 8-22

thresholds 8-12, 8-16

queue type

system-defined 8-1, 8-2, 8-7

queuing

10-Gigabit Ethernet ports 8-5

by priority 8-1

class maps 10-10

CoS 8-2

defined 8-1

guidelines 8-5, 10-9

limitations 8-5, 10-9

mapping to a queue 8-2

modifying CoS 8-7

modifying queuing maps 8-3

multiple queues 8-1

policy maps 10-10

pq queues 8-25

shaping 8-4

shared-mode port groups 8-5

system-defined queues 8-1

system-defined queue types 8-1, 8-2

thresholds 8-1

verifying 8-31, 10-16

queuing policies

applying 10-10

description 3-2, 3-5

maximum 3-3

queuing 3-5

shaping 3-5

queuing policy

default 1-6

R

Real-Time Transport Protocol. See RTP

related documents i-xv

route maps

configuring 12-4

configuring match parameters 12-5

description 12-2

match criteria 12-2

set changes 12-2

route policy

configuring set parameters 12-5

description 12-1

example configuration 12-7

RTP

classification criteria 2-2

configuring matching 2-14

S

scheduling

applying 8-1

defined 8-1

guidelines 8-5, 10-9

limitations 8-5, 10-9

modifying CoS 8-7

queuing policies 10-10

shared-mode port groups 8-5

system-defined queues 8-1

verifying 8-31, 10-16

service policies

mutation mapping 5-3

Session Manger 3-21

setting ingress port CoS

configuration example 8-32

ingress traffic 8-3

shaping

bandwidth allocation 8-22

configuration example 8-33

defined 8-27

queuing 8-4

values 8-27

shared mode

egress queuing policy 8-5

shared policers

configuring 6-15

description 6-2

guidelines 6-2

policy maps 6-2

rates shared 6-10

steps to configuring 6-15

verifying 6-18

statistics

clearing 13-4

default settings 13-1

display example 13-4

displaying 1-5, 13-3

enabling 13-2

monitoring 13-1

strict priority

queues 8-1, 8-2

system-defined

class maps 3-7

policy maps 3-9

queue types 8-1, 8-2

type queuing class maps 3-7, 8-7

VDCs 3-3

system-defined class maps

bandwidth 8-23

modifying CoS values 8-8

priority 8-25

queue limits 8-29

shaping 8-27

taildrop 8-12

WRED 8-16

T

table maps

and policy maps 3-13

applying description 3-15

configuring 3-13

description 3-2

marking 4-12

maximums 5-3

modifying 3-13

verifying 3-17

taildrop

class 8-12

configuration example 8-33

congestion avoidance 8-3

CoS values 8-3, 8-12

thresholds 8-1, 8-12

thresholds

queue size 8-12

taildrop 8-1

WRED 8-1

troubleshooting 1-1

queuing 8-7

trusted port

setting ingress port CoS 8-3

Type of Service. See TOS

U

UDP port ranges

configuring matching 2-14

untrusted port

setting ingress port CoS 8-3

user-defined

VDCs 3-3

V

VDCs 1-1

accessing QoS objects 3-3

class maps 2-2, 8-4

queuing and scheduling 8-4

verifying

class maps 2-17, 3-17

mutation mapping 5-5

policing 6-18

policy maps 3-17

queuing 8-31, 10-16

scheduling 8-31, 10-16

table maps 3-17

violating traffic

actions 6-5

color-aware policing 6-1

virtual 9-1

Virtual Device Context 3-3

virtual device contexts 9-2

virtual links 9-1

VLANs

licenses 2-2, 3-2, 4-2, 5-2, 6-2, 8-4, 9-6, 10-8, 11-2, 12-2, 13-1

QoS policies 3-17

W

weighted random early detection. See WRED

WRED

10-Gigabit Ethernet ports 8-5, 8-16, 8-19

class 8-12

configuration example 8-34

congestion avoidance 8-3

CoS values 8-16

queue size 8-16

thresholds 8-1, 8-16