mutation mapping, you create a hierarchical policy map that uses the
class-default traffic class to capture all packets and apply mutation mapping
to them. You use the
service-policy command to specify the policy map to
apply with mutation mapping.
You can set only
similar values when you create a mutation map. For example, you can set cos-cos
or dscp-dscp; you cannot set cos-dscp or dscp-precedence.
policy map to apply in the mutation mapping hierarchical policy. For
information about configuring policy maps, see “Configuring Policing” or
“Configuring Queuing and Scheduling.”
Create the table
map to use in the mutation mapping hierarchical policy. For information about
configuring table maps, see the “Configuring Marking Using Table Maps” section.
mutation mapping hierarchical policy as described in this section.
service policy to the interface. For information about attaching policies to
interfaces, see “Using Modular QoS CLI.”