dscp-map-pri-map-show

Netvisor supports creating Quality of Service (QoS) maps that configure hardware based mapping of Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) value in a received IP header to a Cost of Service (CoS) priority. This helps in prioritizing traffic based on DSCP markings by using the appropriate egress CoS queues to send packets out.

Syntax   dscp-map-pri-map-show name name-string

name name-string

Specify the name of the DSCP map.

the following pri-map arguments:

pri number

Specify a CoS priority from 0 to 7.

dsmap number-list

Specify a DSCP value(s)as a single value, comma separated list, or a number range.

Defaults   

CoS Priority Value

Default DSCP Values

0

None

1

8,10,12,14

2

16,18,20,22

3

24,26,28,30

4

32,34,36,38

5

40

6

48

7

56

Access   Network Administrator

History   Command introduced in Version 2.5.3.

Usage   Use this command to display a DSCP map and values.

Examples  To display a DSCP map with the name DSCP-1, use the following syntax:


 

Informational Note:  The dscp-map-pri-map-show displays output only if there are maps configured.

CLI network-admin@switch > dscp-map-pri-map-show name DSCP-1

switch name pri dsmap

------- ---- --- -----------

Spine1 ds2 0 none

Spine1 ds2 1 8,10,12,14

Spine1 ds2 2 16,18,20,22

Spine1 ds2 3 24,26,28,30

Spine1 ds2 4 32,34,36,38

Spine1 ds2 5 40

Spine1 ds2 6 48

Spine1 ds2 7 56

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