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About the Application Traffic Type Profiles Page

 

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

You can use the Application Traffic Type Profiles page to:

  • configure class-of-service parameters for various traffic types based on your specific business requirements.

  • assign a priority and service-level criteria to the traffic types.

Application traffic type profiles are used in path-based steering, SLA-based steering, and breakout profiles.

Contrail Service Orchestration (CSO) provides predefined application traffic type profiles. For more information, see Predefined Application Traffic Type Profiles.

Tasks You Can Perform

You can perform the following tasks from this page:

  • View details of the application traffic type profiles. To view more details about each profile, click the details icon that appears when you hover over the name of the application traffic type profile. Alternatively, select the application traffic type profile and click More > Detail.

    The Details for <Application-Traffic-Type-Profile> pane appears on the right side of the page.

  • Add an application traffic type profile. See Add Traffic Type Profiles.

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

  • Show or hide columns that contain information about the application traffic type profiles. Click the Show/Hide columns icon in the top right corner of the page and select columns that you want to view on the page.

  • Search for application 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 1 describes the fields on the Application Traffic Type Profiles page and Details for <Application-Traffic-Type-Profile> Pane.

Table 1: Fields on Application Traffic Type Profiles Page and Details for <Application-Traffic-Type-Profile> Pane

Field

Description

Displayed In

Name

Name of the application traffic type profile.

Application Traffic Type Profiles Page

Priority

Priority level of the application traffic type profile (arranged in decreasing order of priority):

  • S-High (Strict high)

  • M-High (Medium high)

  • High

  • M-Low (Medium low)

  • Low

Application Traffic Type Profiles Page

Details for <Application-Traffic-Type-Profile> Pane

Status

Status (enabled or disabled) of the application traffic type profile.

Application Traffic Type Profiles Page

Details for <Application-Traffic-Type-Profile> Pane

Probe Parameters

Displays the probe parameters configured for the application traffic type profile:

  • Data Size: Size (in bytes) of the data packet.

  • Probe Interval: Interval (in seconds) between the time that two probes are sent.

  • Probe Count: Number of probes to be evaluated to assess service-level agreement (SLA) compliance of the link.

  • Burst Size: Maximum number of probes that can be sent at a time.

Application Traffic Type Profiles Page

Details for <Application-Traffic-Type-Profile> Pane

DSCP Value

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

Application Traffic Type Profiles Page

Details for <Application-Traffic-Type-Profile> Pane

Bandwidth

Minimum and maximum bandwidth allocation (as percentage of the total available bandwidth) for the application traffic type profile.

Application Traffic Type Profiles Page

Details for <Application-Traffic-Type-Profile> Pane

Buffer

Buffer allocation (in percentage) for the application traffic type profile.

Application Traffic Type Profiles Page

Details for <Application-Traffic-Type-Profile> Pane

Created by

Name of the user who created the application traffic type profile.

Application Traffic Type Profiles Page