Technical Documentation

Example: Configuring Aggregate Scheduling of Queues for Residential Subscribers on Static IP Demux Interfaces

In this example, scheduling is configured for a residential subscriber. Each forwarding class represents a multiplay service (voice, video and data), and is equivalent to a queue.

An interface set of IP demux interfaces represents a DSLAM, and provides shaping of subscribers services to a DSLAM aggregate rate.

[edit]interfaces {interface-set demux-set {interface demux0 {unit 0;unit 1;}}ge-2/0/1 {vlan-tagging;unit 1 {per-session-scheduler;vlan-id 1;demux-source inet;family inet {address;}}}demux0 {unit 0 {demux-options {underlying-interface ge-2/0/1.1;}family inet {address;demux-source {;}}}unit 1 {demux-options {underlying-interface ge-2/0/1.1;}family inet {address;demux-source {;}}}}}class-of-service {traffic-control-profiles {T1 {scheduler-map m1;shaping-rate 5m;}T2 {shaping-rate 60m;}}interfaces {interface-set demux-set {output-traffic-control-profile T2;}demux0 {unit 0 {output-traffic-control-profile T1;}unit 1 {output-traffic-control-profile T1;}}}scheduler-maps {m1 {forwarding-class best-effort scheduler s0;forwarding-class expedited-forwarding scheduler s1;forwarding-class assured-forwarding scheduler s2;forwarding-class network-control scheduler s3;}}schedulers {s0 {transmit-rate percent 10;buffer-size percent 10;}s1 {transmit-rate percent 20;buffer-size percent 20;}s2 {transmit-rate percent 30;buffer-size percent 30;}s3 {transmit-rate percent 40;buffer-size percent 40;}}}

Published: 2010-04-15