[c-nsp] Q regarding QoS on 6500
copse at xy.org
Tue Dec 7 06:05:47 EST 2010
I have a simple question regarding QoS on 6500.
My question is: how do I know what type of cards/interfaces I'm using
(Flex WAN, OCM-WAN, LAN), and what type of QoS they support.
I want to be able to determine just by looking at the card specs, like
thats done in hardware and you can only use mls type QoS etc.
Now its like I thiink thats that type of port that only supports x,
and I thiink thats a WAN port that supports y.
I found this article:
The 6500 does QoS in three places:
* Software-based in the MSFC
* Hardware-based (multi-layer switching-based) in the PFC
* Software-based on some line cards
In the article there is a table listing what QoS features are
supported on what type of Interfaces etc.
I also found this:
For hardware-switched traffic, PFC QoS does not support the bandwidth,
priority, queue-limit, or random-detect policy map class commands. You
can configure these commands because they can be used for
Here is a show inv:
NAME: "WS-C6503-E", DESCR: "Cisco Systems Catalyst 6500 3-slot Chassis System"
PID: WS-C6503-E , VID: V02
NAME: "CLK-7600 1", DESCR: "OSR-7600 Clock FRU 1"
PID: CLK-7600 , VID:
NAME: "CLK-7600 2", DESCR: "OSR-7600 Clock FRU 2"
PID: CLK-7600 , VID:
NAME: "1", DESCR: "WS-SUP32P-GE 10 ports Supervisor Engine 32 PISA 8GE Rev. 1.3"
PID: WS-SUP32P-GE , VID: V03
NAME: "msfc sub-module of 1", DESCR: "WS-F6K-PISA PISA Daughterboard Rev. 3.4"
PID: WS-F6K-PISA , VID: V04
NAME: "switching engine sub-module of 1", DESCR: "WS-F6K-PFC3B Policy
Feature Card 3 Rev. 2.6"
PID: WS-F6K-PFC3B , VID: V02
NAME: "3", DESCR: "7600-SIP-400 0 ports 4-subslot SPA Interface
Processor-400 Rev. 2.7"
PID: 7600-SIP-400 , VID: V08
NAME: "SPA in subslot 3/0", DESCR: "2-port Gigabit Ethernet Shared Port Adapter"
PID: SPA-2X1GE , VID: V02
NAME: "WS-C6503-E-FAN 1", DESCR: "Enhanced 3-slot Fan Tray 1"
PID: WS-C6503-E-FAN , VID: V02
NAME: "PS 1 PWR-1400-AC", DESCR: "AC power supply, 1400 watt 1"
PID: PWR-1400-AC , VID: V02
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