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NE40E V800R010C10SPC500 Configuration Guide - QoS 01

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Verifying the Configuration of Traffic Policing Based on MF Classification

Verifying the Configuration of Traffic Policing Based on MF Classification

After MF classification—based traffic policing is successfully configured, you can view the traffic classifiers, traffic behaviors, binding between traffic classifiers and behaviors in the specified traffic policy, configured traffic policies and their application, and configured queues and their application.

Procedure

  • Run the display interface [ interface-type [ interface-number ] ] command to view the information about the traffic on the interface.
  • Run the display traffic behavior { system-defined | user-defined } [ behavior-name ] command to view information about the configured traffic behaviors.
  • Run the display traffic classifier { system-defined | user-defined } [ classifier-name ] command to view information about the configured traffic classifiers.
  • Run the display traffic policy { system-defined | user-defined } [ policy-name [ classifier classifier-name ] ] command to view information about the association between all or the specified traffic classifiers and traffic behaviors in traffic policies.
  • Run the display car resource slot slot-id command to view information about CAR resource allocation.
  • Run the display qos resource rule { aclv4 | aclv6 | l2acl | mpls } slot slot-id command to view the usage of ACL rules on each board.
  • Run the display qos resource traffic-policy application [ slot slot-id ] command to view the number of interfaces to which traffic policies are bound and the number of remaining interfaces to which traffic policies can be bound.

Example

If the configuration is successful:

  • The names of the configured traffic behaviors and the configured actions are displayed if you run the display traffic behavior command.

    <HUAWEI> display traffic behavior user-defined
    User Defined Behavior Information:
        Total: 10239  Used: 2     Free: 10237
        Behavior: database
          Description: database behavior
          Redirecting:
           Redirect Ip-NextHop 10.13.9.3
    
        Behavior: huawei
          Description: 
          Marking:
            Remark IP Precedence 4
          Committed Access Rate:
            CIR 1000 (Kbps), PIR 0 (Kbps), CBS 10000 (byte), PBS 0 (byte)
            Conform Action: pass
            Yellow  Action: pass
            Exceed  Action: discard
    
  • The names of the configured traffic classifiers, matching rules, and the logical relationship between the matching rules are displayed if you run the display traffic classifier command.

    <HUAWEI> display traffic classifier user-defined
    User Defined Classifier Information:
        Total: 10239  Created: 2     Free: 10237
       Classifier: database
        Description: database classifier
        Operator: or
        Rule(s) : 
          if-match acl 3000
     
       Classifier: huawei
        Description: huawei classifier
        Operator: and
        Rule(s) : 
          if-match ip-precedence 3
    
  • The name of the configured traffic policy and the associations between the configured traffic classifiers and the configured traffic behaviors are displayed if you run the display traffic policy command.

    <HUAWEI> display traffic policy user-defined
    User Defined Traffic Policy Information:
      Total: 4095  Used: 3     Free: 4092
      Policy: test
         Description: huawei policy
         Step: 5
         Share-mode
         Classifier: huawei Precedence 5
         Behavior: huawei
          Marking:
            remark ip precedence 4
          Committed Access Rate:
            CIR 1000 (Kbps), PIR 0 (Kbps), CBS 10000 (byte), PBS 0 (byte)
            Conform Action: pass
            Yellow  Action: pass
            Exceed  Action: discard
          Redirecting:
            redirect lsp public 10.138.0.43
         Classifier: default-class Precedence 65535
         Behavior: be
           -none-
    
  • The CAR resource allocation information is displayed if you run the display car resource slot slot-id command. For example:

    <HUAWEI> display car resource slot 8
    [slot 8] CarID Allocated:                                                       
    Layer 3 normal car (CarRes_2):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    Layer 3 trunk unicast suppresssion(CarRes_2):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    Layer 3 trunk broadcast suppression(CarRes_2):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    Layer 3 trunk multicast suppression(CarRes_2):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    Layer 2 port vlan car(CarRes_2):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    Layer 2 port vlan unicast suppression(CarRes_2):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    Layer 2 port vlan broadcast suppression(CarRes_2):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    Layer 2 port vlan multicast suppression(CarRes_2):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    Policy car(CarRes_1):
    Inbound Allocated: 3
    Outbound Allocated: 2
    
    
    CP car(CarRes_1):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    ARP car(CarRes_1):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    Mirror car(CarRes_1):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    
    MSE car(CarRes_1):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 1
    
    
    BSU 1 car(CarRes_1):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    MSE family car(CarRes_1):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    BSU pre car stat(CarRes_1):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
     
    
    Layer 3 trunk unknow multicast suppression(CarRes_2):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    Layer 2 port vlan unknow multicast suppression(CarRes_2):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    MSE daa car(CarRes_1):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    MSE daa 4car:
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    MSE daa 8car:
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    SOC portcar(CarRes_1):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    MSE EDSG car:
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    MSE soft-gre car(CarRes_1):
    Inbound Allocated: 0
    Outbound Allocated: 0
    
    
    1 CAR Remained:
    Inbound Remained: 32765
    Outbound Remained: 32765
    
    
    4 CAR Remained:
    Inbound Remained: 3072
    Outbound Remained: 3072
    
  • The usage of ACL rules on each board is displayed if you run the display qos resource rule { aclv4 | aclv6 | l2acl | mpls } slot slot-id command. For example:

    <HUAWEI> display qos resource rule aclv4 slot 8
    ===============================================================================
    
    Res-Pool     used        free  reserved  specification   utilization ratio
                                                       (exclude reserved resource)
    
    -----------------------------------------------------------------
    
    PFE-0        0           131072  4096       135168           0%
    
    PFE-1        0           131072  4096       135168           0%
    
    PFE-ALL      0           131072  4096       135168           0%
    
    -----------------------------------------------------------------
    
    ===============================================================================
  • The number of interfaces to which traffic policies are bound and the number of remaining interfaces to which traffic policies can be bound are displayed if you run the display qos resource traffic-policy application [ slot slot-id ] command. For example:

    <HUAWEI> display qos resource traffic-policy application
    ===============================================================================
    
    Res-Pool  used        free
    
    -----------------------------------------------------
    
    slot1       0           4094
    
    slot2       0           4094
    
    slot3       0           4094
    
    slot4       0           4094
    
    -----------------------------------------------------
    
    ===============================================================================
    
    
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