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    mark

    Syntax

    For IPv4:

    [ no ] [ suspend ] mark { tosByteValue mask maskValue |
    tos-precedence tosPrecNum | tos tosNum | dsfield dsFieldNum }
    profile colorMarkProfileName }

    For IPv6:

    [ no ] [ suspend ] mark { tcByteValue mask tcMaskValue | tc-precedence
    tcPrecNum | tcfield tcFieldNum | dsfield dsFieldNum } profile
    colorMarkProfileName
    }

    Release Information

    Command introduced before JunosE Release 7.1.0.
    colorMarkProfileName variable added in JunosE Release 7.2.0.

    Description

    Sets the precedence field of the ToS byte (for IPv4) or traffic class byte (for IPv6) in the IP header to a specified value for packets that match the current classifier control list. This command is not tied to a rate limit profile, but marks packets based on a classifier control list. The no version removes the mark rule from the policy list; the suspend version temporarily suspends the mark rule; the no suspend version resumes application of a suspended rule.

    Note: This command replaces the Policy List Configuration mode version of the mark command, which may be removed completely in a future release.

    Options

    • tosByteValue—ToS byte value to be assigned to packets; in the range 0–255
    • maskValue—Mask to be used when applying ToS byte values to packets; in the range 1–255
    • tosPrecNum—ToS precedence value to be assigned to packets; in the range 0–7
    • tosNum—ToS value to be assigned to packets; in the range 0–255
    • dsFieldNum—DS field value to be assigned to packets; in the range 0–63
    • colorMarkProfileName—Name of the color-mark profile (up to 40 alphanumeric characters)
    • tcByteValue—Traffic class field value to be assigned to packets; in the range 0–255
    • tcMaskValue—Mask to be used when applying traffic class field values to packets; in the range 1–255
    • tcPrecNum—Traffic class field precedence value to be assigned to packets; in the range 0–7
    • tcFieldNum—Traffic class field value to be assigned to packets; in the range 0–255

    Mode

    Classifier Group Configuration

     

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    Published: 2014-08-14