Defining Scheduler Maps

After defining schedulers you associate them with forwarding classes by means of scheduler maps.

To configure scheduler maps using the J-Web configuration editor:

  1. Select Configure>Class of Service>Scheduler Maps.

    The Configure Scheduler Maps summary page appears.

  2. Fill in the options as shown in Table 91.
  3. Click one of the following buttons:
    • Click OK to check your configuration, save it as a candidate configuration, and return to the main configuration page, then click Commit Options>Commit.
    • Click Cancel to cancel your entries and return to the main page.

Table 91: Scheduler Maps Configuration Options




Configure Scheduler Maps

Scheduler map name

Displays the names of defined scheduler maps. Scheduler maps link schedulers to forwarding classes.



For each map, displays the schedulers assigned to it.


Forwarding Class

For each map, displays the forwarding classes assigned to it.


Details of Scheduler


Displays the scheduler assigned to the selected scheduler map



Displays the CoS values.



Opens a page that allows you to add a scheduler map.

To add a scheduler map, click Add.


Opens a page that allows you to edit a selected scheduler map.

To edit an existing scheduler map, select the scheduler map in the summary page and click Edit.


Removes selected scheduler maps.

To remove an existing scheduler map, select the scheduler map and click Delete.

Add Scheduler Map/Edit Scheduler Map

Scheduler map name

Specifies the name for a scheduler map.

To name a map, type the name—for example, be-scheduler-map.

Scheduler mapping

Allows you to associate a preconfigured scheduler with a forwarding class.

Once applied to an interface, the scheduler maps affect the hardware queues, packet schedulers, and RED drop profiles.

To associate a scheduler with a forwarding class, locate the forwarding class and select the scheduler in the box next to it.