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Fat AP and Cloud AP V200R008C00 CLI-based Configuration Guide

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Summary of WLAN QoS Configuration Tasks

Summary of WLAN QoS Configuration Tasks

After basic WLAN service configurations are complete, STAs can access the wireless network. In addition to specific WLAN QoS policies, you can also configure other WLAN QoS policies according to the reference sections provided in the following table.

Table 27-9  WLAN QoS configuration tasks

Task

Description

Task

Configure WMM

You can configure radio profiles and SSID profiles to provide different capabilities for different services on STAs or APs to compete for channels to determine the quality of services.

Configuring WMM

Configure Priority Mapping

You can configure priority mapping to distinguish data priority and ensure that data of high-priority users is transmitted first.

Configuring Priority Mapping

Configure Traffic Policing

You can configure traffic policing to limit the STA transmission rate or AP forwarding rate, which prevents network congestion.

Configuring Traffic Policing

Configure Airtime Scheduling

You can configure airtime scheduling to assign users on the same radio with equal channel occupation time.

Configuring Airtime Fair Scheduling

Configure ACL-based Packet Filtering

By configuring ACL-based packet filtering, the device permits or rejects packets matching ACL rules to control network traffic.

Configuring ACL-based Packet Filtering

Configure ACL-based Priority Remarking

By configuring ACL-based priority remarking, the device remarks the priorities of wireless packets matching ACL rules to provide differentiated services.

Configuring ACL-based Priority Remarking

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Updated: 2019-01-11

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