Specifying QoS Profiles in Service Definitions

You can configure one QoS profile per subscriber interface. We recommend that you specify the QoS profile in the first set of services applied to the subscriber's interface.

You can modify the QoS profile by modifying configurations referenced by the QoS profile, including QoS parameter instances. You can also attach a new QoS profile when activating a service, but make sure that the QoS profile is attached to the subscriber's interface.

For more information about configuring QoS profiles, see the Configuring and Attaching QoS Profiles to an Interface chapter in the JunosE Quality of Service Configuration Guide.

To reference QoS profiles in a service definition, perform the following tasks:

Configuring a QoS Profile for Service Manager

To configure a QoS profile for Service Manager:

  1. Configure the profile.
    host1(config)#profile videoService host1(config-profile)#

    When you specify the name of the profile to be configured, you enter Profile Configuration mode. You can specify a profile name with up to 80 alphanumeric characters.

    Use the no version to remove a profile.

  2. Configure the QoS profile.
    host1(config-profile)#qos-profile videoBandwidth1

    You can use this command to create a QoS profile on the router for use with Service Manager and enter QoS Profile Configuration mode. When the service is activated, the QoS profile is created and attached to the subscriber interface.

    Use the no version to remove the QoS profile from the profile.

  3. (Optional) Complete the QoS profile configuration described in the Configuring and Attaching QoS Profiles to an Interface chapter in the JunosE Quality of Service Configuration Guide.

Specifying QoS Profiles in a Service Definition

After you configure a QoS profile for Service Manager, you can reference it in a service definition. For example:

profile <# eastcoast ; '\n' #> qos-profile <# video; '\n' #>

In this example, activating the service definition attaches the video QoS profile to the subscriber interface. Service Manager overwrites the existing QoS profile attachment at the subscriber interface.

Deactivating the service detaches the video QoS profile from the subscriber interface.

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