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scheduler-profile

scheduler-profile <profile>

clone

priority-map q0|q1|q2|q3 <que-prio-list>

queue-weights q0|q1|q2|q3 <que-weight>

Description

Define a schedule profile that associates priorities to four uplink queues.

Syntax

Parameter

Description

clone <profile>

Make a copy of an existing scheduler profile

priority map q0|q1|q2|q3 <que-prio-list>

Specify one or more priority levels (0-7) for each queue type (q0 through q3). Each of the seven priority levels must be supported by one of the four queues.

queue-weights q0|q1|q2|q3 <que-weight>

(Optional) Enter the percentage of available bandwidth that should be made available to traffic in each of the four queues.

NOTE: If you do not specify a weight for each queue, the queue service is based exclusively on the priority of the queue, where the lower priority queues are not serviced until the higher priority queue is clear. With this option, the highest level priority is guaranteed as much bandwidth as possible, but there can be phases where the 2nd, 3rd and 4th priority queues may receive little or no bandwidth.

Example

ArubaOS supports minimum bandwidth guarantees per traffic class, and allows critical delay-sensitive applications like voice and video to use more bandwidth and/or be scheduled with higher priority. Each interface can be associated with a scheduler profile, that supports four queues with different priority levels. If you use session ACLsAccess Control List. ACL is a common way of restricting certain types of traffic on a physical port. to define traffic policies on the managed device, you can use the scheduler profile to automatically associate these different priority levels assigned by these policies to a scheduler profile queue. The scheduler profile must be associated with an interface using the command interface cellular|gigabitethernet <slot/module/port> transmit max-rate rate mbits <mbps> scheduler-profile <profile>.

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Command History

Release

Modification

ArubaOS 8.0.0.0

Command introduced.

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All platforms

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