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About the Application Traffic Type Profiles Page

 

To access this page from the Administration portal, select Configuration > Application Traffic Type Profiles.

You can use the Traffic Type Profiles page to configure class-of-service parameters for various types of traffic. Traffic type profiles enable you to configure class-of-service parameters based on your specific business requirements. Traffic type profiles enable you to assign priority and service level criteria for traffic types. This topic contains the following sections:

Default Traffic Type Profiles

By default, CSO provides the following traffic type profiles:

  • High-Priority-Video

  • Premium-Internet

  • Internet

  • Hosted-AV

  • Voice-Video

Note

By default, these traffic type profiles are disabled. CSP administrators can review and enable the profiles on a need-basis.

Table describes the default parameters for each of these traffic types.

Table 1: Default Traffic Type Profiles and Parameters

Traffic Type

Priority

Buffer Allocation

Bandwidth Allocation

Probe Parameters

DSCP Value

High Priority Video

Low

20%

Minimum of 20% and Maximum of 25%

Data size (bytes)

64

af31

Probe interval (seconds)

10

Probe count

100

Burst size

10

Premium-Internet

Low

10%

Minimum of 12% and Maximum of 15%

Data size (bytes)

64

af12

Probe interval (seconds)

10

Probe count

100

Burst size

10

Internet

Low

5%

Minimum of 15% and Maximum of 20%

Data size (bytes)

64

af11

Probe interval (seconds)

10

Probe count

100

Burst size

10

Hosted-AV

Low

10%

Minimum of 16% and Maximum of 20%

Data size (bytes)

64

af32

Probe interval (seconds)

10

Probe count

100

Burst size

10

Voice-Video

Low

5%

Minimum of 20% and Maximum of 20%

Data size (bytes)

64

af41

Probe interval (seconds)

10

Probe count

100

Burst size

10

CSP administrators can use the default traffic type profiles as is or modify the parameters based on your specific requirements. CSP administrators can also create additional traffic type profiles. However, note that you can only have a maximum of six traffic type profiles enabled at a time. The total buffer allocation of the enabled traffic type profiles must not exceed 100%.

Tasks You Can Perform

You can perform the following tasks from this page:

  • View details of the traffic type profiles configured for the tenant.

  • Create a traffic type profile. See Creating Traffic Type Profiles.

  • Edit or delete a traffic type profile. See Editing and Deleting Traffic Type Profiles.

  • Show or hide columns that contain information about traffic type profiles. See Sorting Objects.

  • Search for traffic type profiles using keywords. Click the search icon. Enter partial text or full text of the keyword in the search bar and press Enter. The search results are displayed.

Field Descriptions

Table 2 shows the descriptions of the fields on the Application Traffic Type Profiles page.

Table 2: Fields on the Application Traffic Type Profiles Page

Field

Description

Name

Displays the traffic type profile name.

Priority

Displays the traffic type profile priority.

Status

Displays whether the traffic type profile is enabled or disabled.

DSCP Value

Shows the DSCP value assigned to the traffic type profile. Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) values define the forwarding properties of the packet within the Differentiated Services framework.

Bandwidth

Shows the minimum and maximum bandwidth allocation for the traffic type profile.

Buffer

Shows the buffer allocation for the traffic type profile.

Probe Parameters

Shows the following probe parameters configured for the traffic type profile:

  • Data Size (in bytes)

  • Probe Interval (in seconds)

  • Probe Count

  • Burst Size

Created by

Shows the user that created the SLA profile.