Monitoring CoS Scheduler Maps

Purpose

Display assignments of CoS forwarding classes to schedulers.

Action

Select Monitor>Class of Service>Scheduler Maps in the J-Web user interface, or enter the show class-of-service scheduler-map command.

Table 241 summarizes key output fields for CoS scheduler maps.

Table 241: Summary of Key CoS Scheduler Maps Output Fields

Field

Values

Additional Information

Scheduler Map

Name of a scheduler map.

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Index

Index of a specific object—scheduler maps, schedulers, or drop profiles.

Scheduler Name

Name of a scheduler.

Forwarding Class

Forwarding classes this scheduler is assigned to.

Transmit Rate

Configured transmit rate of the scheduler in bits per second (bps). The rate value can be either of the following:

  • A percentage—The scheduler receives the specified percentage of the total interface bandwidth.
  • remainder—The scheduler receives the remaining bandwidth of the interface after allocation to other schedulers.

Rate Limit

Rate limiting configuration of the queue:

  • none—No rate limiting.
  • exact—The queue transmits at only the configured rate.

Buffer Size

Delay buffer size in the queue or the amount of transmit delay (in milliseconds). The buffer size can be either of the following:

  • A percentage—The buffer is a percentage of the total buffer allocation.
  • remainder—The buffer is sized according to what remains after other scheduler buffer allocations.

Priority

Scheduling priority of a queue:

  • high—Packets in this queue are transmitted first.
  • low—Packets in this queue are transmitted last.
  • medium-high—Packets in this queue are transmitted after high-priority packets.
  • medium-low—Packets in this queue are transmitted before low-priority packets.

Drop Profiles

Name and index of a drop profile that is assigned to a specific loss priority and protocol pair.

Loss Priority

Packet loss priority corresponding to a drop profile:

  • low—Packet has a low loss priority.
  • high—Packet has a high loss priority.
  • medium-low—Packet has a medium-low loss priority.
  • medium-high—Packet has a medium-high loss priority.

Protocol

Transport protocol corresponding to a drop profile.

Drop Profile Name

Name of the drop profile.

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