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    Configuring Rate-Limit Actions (C-Web Interface)

    Use this action to define the quality of service. You can configure rate-limit actions for JunosE policy rules.

    To configure a rate-limit action:

    1. In the side pane, select a JunosE policy rule.
    2. From the Create new list, select Rate Limit. Type a name for the rate-limit action, and click OK.
    3. From the Type list, select the type of rate-limit action, either one_rate or two_rate, and click Apply.

      The screen changes to display the parameters that you can configure for the type of rate-limit action that you selected.

    Under the rate-limit action, there are three types of actions that you can configure:

    • Committed action—Takes action on traffic flows that do not exceed the committed rate.
    • Conformed action—Takes action on traffic flows that exceed the committed rate but remain below the peak rate.
    • Exceed action—Takes action on traffic flows that exceed the peak rate.

    For each committed, conformed, and exceed action, you can select one action to configure—filter, forward, mark, or parameter.

    To configure an action for rate-limit actions:

    1. Expand the rate-limit action, and expand the action that you want to configure.
    2. To set an action to filter, in the side pane select Filter, and then click Create in the main pane.
    3. To set an action to forward, in the side pane select Forward, and then click Create in the main pane.
    4. To set an action to mark:
      1. In the side pane, expand Mark and select Mark Info.
      2. In the main pane, click Create.
      3. Click Create, enter information as described in the Help text in the main pane, and click Apply.
    5. To set an action to parameter:
      1. Make sure that you have a packetOperation parameter configured.
      2. In the side pane, select Parameter, and then click Create in the main pane.
      3. In the Action list, select a parameter.
      4. Click Apply.

    Published: 2014-06-12