[j-nsp] ERX 802.1p marking / user-priority
tom at tomteeuwen.eu
Thu Nov 18 02:58:21 EST 2010
Thanx Ulf ! It works ! :)
Created an IP-CLACL for matching my traffic
Created an IP-policy for assigning a traffic-class to the IP-CLACL
Created a VLAN-CLACL for matchting the traffic-class
Created an VLAN-policy to set the user-priority for the VLAN-CLACL
Assigned the IP-policy to an interface inbound and the VLAN-policy to an interface outbound
Van: Ulf Bremer [ulf.bremer at gmail.com]
Verzonden: maandag 15 november 2010 10:42
Aan: Tom Teeuwen
Onderwerp: Re: [j-nsp] ERX 802.1p marking / user-priority
you need a VLAN-policy, as this is the only policy type that can set
the 802.1p-bits. According to
the only match criteria supported in a VLAN-clacl are: color, traffic
class or user packet class so you can either:
- have your vlan-policy refer to a vlan-clacl that matches on already
set (at ingress?!) color, tc or upc or
- create an IP-policy referring to the ip-clacl (which you've defined
below), have it set color, tc or upc, attach it as egress policy and
then do the above.
Hope this help.
I'm trying to achive the following:
I have multiple VLAN subinterfaces with dynamic PPPoE interfaces.
I would like to mark packets destined from specified networks with
"VLAN prio 802.1p = 5" (user-priority)
Created a classifier-list:
ip classifier-list mylist ip 10.10.10.0 0.0.0.255 any
vlan policy-list MyPol
I receive the following error:
% interface type mismatch in policy elements
Looks like i can only link vlan classifiers to vlan policy-lists ....
Someone an idee how to fixt this ?
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