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Handbook

QoS

You can use quality-of-service (QoS) policies to provision bandwidth for any traffic that matches the rule. You might consider QoS policies for latency- or bandwidth-sensitive services, such as VoIP and ICMP.

The FortiADC system does not provision bandwidth based on the TOS bits (also called differentiated services) in the IP header to control packet queueing. Instead, the system provisions bandwidth based on a source/destination/service matching tuple that you specify.

Note: The QoS policy feature is not supported for traffic to virtual servers.

Basic steps
  1. Configure a QoS queue.
  2. Configure a QoS filter or QoS IPv6 filter.

QoS

You can use quality-of-service (QoS) policies to provision bandwidth for any traffic that matches the rule. You might consider QoS policies for latency- or bandwidth-sensitive services, such as VoIP and ICMP.

The FortiADC system does not provision bandwidth based on the TOS bits (also called differentiated services) in the IP header to control packet queueing. Instead, the system provisions bandwidth based on a source/destination/service matching tuple that you specify.

Note: The QoS policy feature is not supported for traffic to virtual servers.

Basic steps
  1. Configure a QoS queue.
  2. Configure a QoS filter or QoS IPv6 filter.