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    resource-threshold-profiles

    Syntax

    resource-threshold-profiles {name {system-load {low {gtpv1-arp y;gtpv2-priority-level z;percentage x;}high {gtpv1-arp y;gtpv2-priority-level z;percentage x;}}bearer-load {low {gtpv1-arp y;gtpv2-priority-level z;percentage x;}high {gtpv1-arp y;gtpv2-priority-level z;percentage x;}}cpu {low {gtpv1-arp y;gtpv2-priority-level z;percentage x;}high {gtpv1-arp y;gtpv2-priority-level z;percentage x;}}memory {low {gtpv1-arp y;gtpv2-priority-level z;percentage x;}high {gtpv1-arp y;gtpv2-priority-level z;percentage x;}}}}

    Hierarchy Level

    [edit unified-edge cos-cac]

    Release Information

    Statement introduced in Junos OS Mobility Release 11.2W.

    Description

    Configure a resource threshold profile to ensure that the bearer load, system load, CPU usage, or memory usage at the APN or system level on the broadband gateway reaches a specified threshold. On reaching the threshold, only bearer requests that meet or exceed a designated (ARP) priority level are accepted. A non-conforming traffic is either dropped or marked for preferential dropping when congestion occurs.

    Options

    name—Name of the resource threshold profile.

    The remaining statements are explained separately.

    Required Privilege Level

    interface—To view this statement in the configuration.

    interface-control—To add this statement to the configuration.

    Published: 2011-11-17