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S600-E V200R013C00 Web-based Configuration Guide

This document describes how to configure and maintain devices through the web NMS client, including device status statistics, SVF, interface, Ethernet switching, IP service, IP routing, security, ACL, AAA, system management, QoS, diagnosis service, and EasyDeploy.
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MQC

MQC

MQC Configuration

Procedure

  • Creating a traffic classifier
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Configuration. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Click Create in the Traffic Classifier area. The Creating a Traffic Classifier page is displayed, as shown in Figure 5-47.

      Figure 5-47  Creating a traffic classifier

      Table 5-26 describes the parameters on the page.

      Table 5-26  Creating a traffic classifier

      Parameter

      Description

      Traffic classifier name

      Indicates the name of a traffic classifier.

      Relationship between rules

      Indicates the logical relationship between rules in a traffic classifier.

      • Or: OR relationship between rules.
      • And: AND relationship between rules.

      Matching rule

      Match packet type

      Specifies whether to perform traffic classification based on all data packets or discarded packets.

      • All packets: traffic classification based on all data packets.
      • Dropped packets: traffic classification based on discarded packets.

      Match layer 2 protocols

      Indicates a matching rule based on a Layer 2 encapsulated protocol field for traffic classification.

      • - None -: Traffic classification is performed without specifying a Layer 2 encapsulated protocol field.
      • ARP: Traffic classification is performed based on the ARP protocol field.
      • IP: Traffic classification is performed based on the IP protocol field.
      • MPLS: Traffic classification is performed based on the MPLS protocol field.
      • RARP: Traffic classification is performed based on the RARP protocol field.

      Match IP address

      Indicates a matching rule based on a protocol for traffic classification.

      • - None -: Traffic classification is performed without specifying a protocol.
      • IPv4: Traffic classification is performed based on the IPv4 protocol.
      • IPv6: Traffic classification is performed based on the IPv6 protocol.

      Match priority

      DSCP

      Configures traffic classification based on the DSCP priority of packets.

      IP preference

      Configures traffic classification based on the IP preference of packets.

      VLAN 802.1p

      Configures traffic classification based on the 802.1p priority of VLAN packets.

      Match VLAN

      NOTE:
      Multiple match VLANs can be configured.

      Start VLAN

      Configures the outer start VLAN for traffic classification based on a VLAN ID.

      End VLAN

      Configures the outer end VLAN for traffic classification based on a VLAN ID.

      Match MAC address

      Source MAC

      Indicates the source MAC address in a traffic classifier.

      Mask

      Indicates the mask of the source MAC address in a traffic classifier.

      Destination MAC

      Indicates the destination MAC address in a traffic classifier.

      Mask

      Indicates the mask of the destination of the MAC address in a traffic classifier.

      Match interface

      Inbound interface

      Indicates the inbound interface of packets in a traffic classifier.

      Match ACL

      ACL IPV4

      Indicates the IPv4 ACL in a traffic classifier.

      ACL IPV6

      Indicates the IPv6 ACL in a traffic classifier.

    3. Specify the parameters.
    4. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Modifying a traffic classifier
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Configuration. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Click an entry in the Traffic Classifier area. The page where you can modify the traffic classifier is displayed. Table 5-26 describes the parameters on the page.

      Traffic classifier name and Relationship between rules cannot be modified.

    3. Modify the parameters.
    4. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Deleting a traffic classifier
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Configuration. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Select a to-be-deleted entry in the Traffic Classifier area and click Delete. Then a confirmation message is displayed.
    3. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Refreshing a traffic classifier
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Configuration. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Click Refresh in the Traffic Classifier area.
  • Creating a traffic behavior
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Configuration. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Click Create in the Traffic Behavior area. The Creating a Traffic Behavior page is displayed, as shown in Figure 5-48.

      Figure 5-48  Creating a traffic behavior

      Table 5-27 describes the parameters on the page.

      Table 5-27  Creating a traffic behavior

      Parameter

      Description

      Traffic behavior name

      Indicates the name of a traffic behavior.

      Traffic action

      Indicates a traffic action.

      • - None -: Access control is not performed on service packets based on traffic classification.
      • Permit: Packets that match traffic classification rules are forwarded based on the original policy.
      • Deny: Service flows that match traffic classification rules cannot pass.

      Traffic statistics collection

      Enables or disables traffic statistics collection.

      Configuring Traffic Policing

      CIR(kbit/s)

      Indicates the committed information rate (CIR).

      PIR(kbit/s)

      Indicates the peak information rate (PIR).

      CBS(Byte)

      Indicates the committed burst size (CBS).

      PBS(Byte)

      Indicates the peak burst size (PBS).

      Green packets

      Yellow packets

      Red packets

      Remarking priority type

      802.1p priority

      DSCP priority

      Indicates the traffic policing action to be taken on packets in different colors, the type of priority to be re-marked, and the corresponding priority value.
      Configuring Re-marking
      802.1p priority Remarks the 802.1p priority of VLAN packets in a traffic behavior.
      Local priority Remarks the internal priority of packets in a traffic behavior.
      NOTE:

      802.1p priority and Local priority cannot be configured for the same traffic behavior at the same time.

      DSCP priority Remarks the DSCP priority of IP packets in a traffic behavior.
      IP priority Remarks the IP precedence of packets in a traffic behavior.
      NOTE:

      DSCP priority and IP priority cannot be configured for the same traffic behavior at the same time.

      VLAN ID Remarks the VLAN ID of VLAN packets in a traffic behavior.
      Configuring an Observing Port

      Observing port

      Indicates an observing port.

      Configuring Redirection

      Redirection target

      Specifies whether to create a packet redirection action in a traffic behavior.

      • - None -: Creates no packet redirection action in a traffic behavior.
      • Interface: Creates an action of redirecting packets to a specified interface in a traffic behavior.
      • Next-hop IPv4 address: Creates an action of redirecting packets to a next-hop IPv4 address in a traffic behavior.
      • Next-hop IPv6 address: Creates an action of redirecting packets to a next-hop IPv6 address in a traffic behavior.

      Target interface

      Indicates an interface to which packets are redirected in a traffic behavior.

      Next-hop IPv4 address

      Indicates a next-hop IPv4 address to which packets are redirected in a traffic behavior.

      Next-hop IPv6 address

      Indicates a next-hop IPv6 address to which packets are redirected in a traffic behavior.

      Forcible redirection Indicates forcible redirection.

    3. Specify the parameters.
    4. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Modifying a traffic behavior
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Configuration. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Click an entry in the Traffic Behavior area. The page where you can modify the traffic behavior is displayed. Table 5-27 describes the parameters on the page.

      Traffic behavior name cannot be modified.

    3. Modify the parameters.
    4. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Deleting a traffic behavior
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Configuration. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Select a to-be-deleted entry in the Traffic Behavior area and click Delete. Then a confirmation message is displayed.
    3. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Refreshing a traffic behavior
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Configuration. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Click Refresh in the Traffic Behavior area.
  • Creating a traffic policy
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Configuration. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Click Create in the Traffic Policy area. The Creating a Traffic Policy page is displayed, as shown in Figure 5-49.

      Figure 5-49  Creating a traffic policy

      Table 5-28 describes the parameters on the page.

      Table 5-28  Creating a traffic policy

      Parameter

      Description

      Traffic policy name

      Indicates the name of a traffic policy.

      Traffic classifier

      Binds a traffic classifier in a traffic policy.

      Traffic behavior

      Binds a traffic behavior in a traffic policy.

    3. Specify the parameters.

      Click , and you can bind multiple traffic classifiers and traffic behaviors in a traffic policy.

    4. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Modifying a traffic policy
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Configuration. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Click an entry in the Traffic Policy area. The page where you can modify the traffic policy is displayed. Table 5-28 describes the parameters on the page.

      Traffic policy name cannot be modified.

    3. Modify the parameters.
    4. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Deleting a traffic policy
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Configuration. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Select a to-be-deleted entry in the Traffic Policy area and click Delete. Then a confirmation message is displayed.
    3. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Refreshing a traffic policy
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Configuration. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Click Refresh in the Traffic Policy area.

MQC Application

Context

You can configure the modular QoS command line interface (MQC) to classify network traffic in a fine-grained way and specify the services provided to different types of traffic according to your needs. MQC enhances serviceability of your network.

Procedure

  • Creating an interface traffic policy
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Application. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Click Create in the Interface Traffic Policy area. The Creating Interface Traffic Policies page is displayed, as shown in Figure 5-50.

      Figure 5-50  Creating interface traffic policies

      Table 5-29 describes the parameters on the page.

      Table 5-29  Creating interface traffic policies

      Parameter

      Description

      Interface name

      Indicates the interface to which modular QoS command line interface (MQC) is to be applied.

      Traffic policy

      Indicates the traffic policy to be bound.

      Direction

      Indicates the direction to which a traffic policy is applied.

      • Inbound: inbound direction of the interface.
      • Outbound: outbound direction of the interface.

    3. Specify the parameters.
    4. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Modifying an interface traffic policy
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Application. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Click an entry in the Interface Traffic Policy area. The page where you can modify the traffic policy is displayed. Table 5-29 describes the parameters on the page.

      Interface name cannot be modified.

    3. Modify the parameters.
    4. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Deleting an interface traffic policy
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Application. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Select a to-be-deleted entry in the Interface Traffic Policy area and click Delete. Then a confirmation message is displayed.
    3. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Refreshing an interface traffic policy
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Application. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Click Refresh in the Interface Traffic Policy area.
  • Creating a VLAN traffic policy
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Application. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Click Create in the VLAN Traffic Policy area. The Creating VLAN Traffic Policy page is displayed, as shown in Figure 5-51.

      Figure 5-51  Creating a VLAN traffic policy

      Table 5-30 describes the parameters on the page.

      Table 5-30  Creating a VLAN traffic policy

      Parameter

      Description

      VLAN

      Indicates the VLAN to be configured.

      Traffic Policy

      Indicates the traffic policy to be bound.

      Direction

      Indicates the direction to which a traffic policy is applied.

      • Inbound: inbound direction of the interface.
      • Outbound: outbound direction of the interface.

    3. Specify the parameters.
    4. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Modifying a VLAN traffic policy
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Application. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Click an entry in the VLAN Traffic Policy area. The page where you can modify the VLAN traffic policy is displayed. Table 5-30 describes the parameters on the page.

      VLAN cannot be modified.

    3. Modify the parameters.
    4. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Deleting a VLAN traffic policy
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Application. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Select a to-be-deleted entry in the VLAN Traffic Policy area and click Delete. Then a confirmation message is displayed.
    3. Click OK to complete the configuration.
  • Refreshing a VLAN traffic policy
    1. Choose Configuration > Advanced Services > MQC > MQC Application. The configuration page is displayed.
    2. Click Refresh in the VLAN Traffic Policy area.
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