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    Configuring a Classifier Profile for a 3G Network

    A classifier profile defines the traffic classes for a gateway GPRS support node (GGSN). You configure the traffic classes to define the packet-forwarding treatment by assigning a forwarding class and packet loss priority. You can configure conversational, streaming, interactive, and background traffic classes to manage traffic based on delay, jitter, bandwidth, and reliability.

    To configure a classifier profile to define the traffic classes for the MobileNext Broadband Gateway:

    1. Specify a name for the classifier profile.
      [edit unified-edge cos-cac]user@host# edit classifier-profiles classifier-profile-1
    2. Configure each traffic class in the classifier profile based on the degree to which typical services representing a specific traffic class are delay sensitive.
      1. Configure the conversational traffic class.
        [edit unified-edge cos-cac classifier-profiles classifier_profile_1]user@host# set traffic-class conversational user@host# set forwarding-class efuser@host# set loss-priority low
      2. Configure the streaming traffic class.
        [edit unified-edge cos-cac classifier-profiles classifier_profile_1]user@host# set traffic-class streaming user@host# set forwarding-class af2user@host# set loss-priority low
      3. Configure the interactive traffic class.
        [edit unified-edge cos-cac classifier-profiles classifier_profile_1]user@host# set traffic-class interactive user@host# set traffic-handling-priority 2user@host# set forwarding-class af3user@host# set loss-priority low
      4. Configure the background traffic class:
        [edit unified-edge cos-cac classifier-profiles classifier_profile_1]user@host# set traffic-class background user@host# set forwarding-class beuser@host# set loss-priority high

    Published: 2011-11-17