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Monitoring Interfaces That Have CoS Components

 

Purpose

Use the monitoring functionality to display details about the physical and logical interfaces and the CoS components assigned to them.

Action

To monitor interfaces that have CoS components in the CLI, enter the command:

user@switch> show class-of-service interface

To monitor a specific interface in the CLI, enter the command:

user@switch> show class-of-service interface interface-name

Meaning

Table 1 summarizes key output fields for CoS interfaces.

Table 1: Summary of Key CoS Interfaces Output Fields

Field

Values

Physical interface

Name of a physical interface to which CoS components are assigned.

Index

Index of this interface or the internal index of a specific object.

Queues supported

Number of queues you can configure on the interface.

Queues in use

Number of queues currently configured.

Scheduler map

Name of the scheduler map associated with this interface.

Congestion-notification

Status of congestion notification (enabled or disabled).

Note: OCX Series switches do not support congestion notification profiles.

Rewrite Input IEEE Code-point

(Fibre Channel NP_Port interfaces only) IEEE 802.1p code point (priority) the interface assigns to incoming Fibre Channel (FC) traffic when the interface encapsulates the FC traffic in Ethernet before forwarding it onto the FCoE network.

Logical Interface

Name of a logical interface on the physical interface to which CoS components are assigned.

Object

Category of an object—for example, classifier, scheduler-map, or rewrite.

Name

Name of the object—for example, ba-classifier.

Type

Type of the object—for example, ieee8021p for a classifier.