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Web-based Configuration Guide

AR650, AR1600, and AR6100 V300R003

This document describes how to configure and maintain your routers using the web platform.
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Traffic Policy Application

Traffic Policy Application

Context

After parameters of a traffic policy are set, apply the traffic policy to the interface to implement differentiated services.

Only one traffic policy can be applied to one direction on an interface, but a traffic policy can be applied to different directions on different interfaces.

Procedure

  • Create traffic policy application.
    1. Choose QoS > Traffic Management > Policy Application to open the Policy Application page. The page shown in Figure 15-1 is displayed.

      Figure 15-1  Policy Application

    2. Click Create in Policy Application List.
    3. On the Create Policy Application page, set parameters. Table 15-1 describes the parameters. The page shown in Figure 15-2 is displayed.

      Figure 15-2  Create Policy Application

      Table 15-1  Parameters for creating traffic policy application

      Item

      Description

      Interface name

      Indicates the interface to which the traffic policy is applied.

      Policy name

      Indicates the name of the traffic policy to be applied. Select the traffic policy from the drop-down list box. The traffic policy has been configured on the Policy Parameter Setting tab page.

      NAT pre-classification

      NOTE:

      This parameter is available when traffic policy application is created or modified and a Layer 3 interface is specified.

      Indicates NAT pre-classification:
      • Enabled : NAT pre-classification is enabled on the interface.
      • Disabled: NAT pre-classification is disabled on the interface.

      Direction

      Indicates the direction to which the traffic policy is applied. The value is Inbound or Outbound.

      Bandwidth (kbit/s)

      Indicates the available bandwidth of the interface, in kbit/s. The parameter is used to shape traffic on the interface and limit the rate of outgoing packets. The parameter is available only when Direction is Outbound.

    4. Click OK to save the configurations.
  • Modify a traffic policy application.
    1. Choose QoS > Traffic Management > Policy Application to open the Policy Application page. The page shown in Figure 15-1 is displayed.
    2. In Policy Application List, select a traffic policy application to be modified and click in the Operation column.
    3. On the Modify Policy Application page, modify parameters, as shown in Table 15-1. The interface name cannot be modified. The page shown in Figure 15-3 is displayed.

      Figure 15-3  Modify Policy Application

    4. Click OK to save the configurations.
  • Delete a traffic policy application.
    1. Choose QoS > Traffic Management > Policy Application to open the Policy Application page. The page shown in Figure 15-1 is displayed.
    2. In Policy Application List, select a traffic policy application and click Delete.
    3. Click OK in the displayed dialog box.
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Updated: 2019-04-12

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