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    Monitoring the QoS Profiles Attached to an Interface

    Purpose

    Display the QoS profiles in effect for and stacked above the specified interface. If no QoS profiles are attached to the interface or above the interface, the router displays the QoS profile that is in effect down the interface stack toward the port interface.

    Action

    To display the interface hierarchy for a specific interface: 

    host1#show qos interface-hierarchy interface atm 11/0.1
    attachment@ atm-vc ATM11/0.1:
                    t-class interface rule    traffic    scheduler    queue
      qos profile    group    type    type     class      profile    profile
    --------------- ------- --------- ----- ----------- ------------ -------
    qp2@ATM11/0.1           atm-vc    node              default      default
    qp2@ATM11/0.1           atm-vp    node              default      default
    qp2@ATM11/0.1           atm-vc    queue best-effort default      default
    qp2@ATM11/0.1           atm-vc    queue tc5         default      default
    qp2@ATM11/0.1           atm-vc    queue tc6         default      default
    qp2@ATM11/0.1   g1      atm       group             strictShaper default
    qp2@ATM11/0.1   g1      atm-vc    node              default      default
    qp2@ATM11/0.1   g1      atm-vp    node              default      default
    qp2@ATM11/0.1   g1      atm-vc    queue tc1         default      default
    qp2@ATM11/0.1   g1      atm-vc    queue tc2         default      default
    qp2@ATM11/0.1   g2      atm-vp    node              default      default
    qp2@ATM11/0.1   g2      atm-vc    queue tc3         default      default
    qp2@ATM11/0.1   g2      atm-vc    queue tc4         default      default

    To display the interface hierarchy using an L2TP session:

    host1#show qos interface-hierarchy l2tp-session session1
    

    To display the interface hierarchy for a tunnel interface, specify the interface at the root of the scheduler hierarchy located on the tunnel-service interface or at the same hierarchy for LNS GRE tunnel traffic:

    host1#show qos interface-hierarchy tunnel-server 6/0
    

    To display the interface hierarchy for an interface set:

    host1#show qos interface-hierarchy qos-interface-set gigEbusiness
    

    To display the interface hierarchy for an interface superset:

    host1#show qos interface-hierarchy qos-interface-superset allservices
    

    Meaning

    Table 1 lists the show qos interface-hierarchy command output fields.

    Table 1: show qos interface-hierarchy Output Fields

    Field Name

    Field Description

    attachment@

    Interface for which the hierarchy is being displayed

    qos profile

    Name of the QoS profile and its attachment point

    t-class group

    Traffic-class groups associated with the interface

    interface type

    Type of interface to which the profile is attached

    rule type

    Queue, node, group, or shadow node

    traffic class

    Name of the traffic class associated with the queue

    scheduler profile

    Scheduler profiles associated with the interface

    queue profile

    Queue profiles associated with the interface

    Published: 2014-08-11