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Hardware Acceleration

Configuring NP7 queue protocol prioritization

Use the following command to configure NP7 HPE high-priority traffic types. Traffic types matched by the configuration of this command are assumed to be high-priority traffic types by the HPE. The default configuration includes most common types of traffic that might be considered to be high-priority traffic for most networks. You can add and remove traffic types if required for your network.

config system npu

config np-queues

config profile

edit <profile-id>

set type {cos | dscp}

set weight <weight>

set {cos0 | cos1 | ... | cos7} {queue0 | queue1 | ... | queue7}

set {dscp0 | dscp1 | ... | dscp63} {queue0 | queue1 | ... | queue7}

end

config ethernet-type

edit <ethernet-type-name>

set type <ethertype>

set queue <queue>

set weight <weight>

end

config ip-protocol

edit <protocol-name>

set protocol <ip-protocol-number>

set queue <queue>

set weight <weight>

end

config ip-service

edit <service-name>

set protocol <ip-protocol-number>

set sport <port-number>

set dport <port-number>

set queue <queue>

set weight <weight>

end

config scheduler

edit <schedule-name>

set mode {none | priority | round-robin}

end

config profile configure NP7 class profiles.

  • type the profile type. Select cos (the default) for VLAN priority or dscp for IP differentiated services code point (DSCP) priority.

  • weight set a weight for the profile. Range 0 to 15, default 6.

  • cos0 to cos7 if type is set to cos, select a queue number (queue1 to queue7) for each CoS. By default, each CoS is assigned a queue with the corresponding number. For example, cos1 is assigned queue1, cos2 is assigned queue2 and so on.

  • dscp0 to dscp63 if type is set to dscp, select a queue number (queue1 to queue7) for each DSCP.

config ethernet-type configure NP7 QoS settings for different ethernet types. The default configuration includes the following ethernet types: ARP, HA-SESSYNC, HA-DEF, HC-DEF, L2EP-DEF, and LACP. You can edit these pre-configured ethernet types to change the queue and weight. You can also add new ethernet types.

  • type the ethertype number of the ethernet type to be configured. For example, for ARP type would be 806 (and not 0x0806).

  • queue the queue number. Range 0 to 11, the default when you create a new ethernet type is 0.

  • weight the class weight for the ethernet type in the range of 0 to 15, the default weight is 15.

config ip-protocol configure NP7 QoS settings for different IP protocols. The default configuration includes these pre-configured IP protocols: OSPF, IGMP, and ICMP. You can edit these pre-configured IP protocols to change the queue and weight. You can also add new IP protocols.

  • protocol the protocol number of the IP protocol to be configured.

  • queue the queue number. Range 0 to 11, the default when you create a new IP protocol is 0.

  • weight the class weight for the IP protocol in the range of 0 to 15, the default weight is 14.

config ip-service configure NP7 QoS settings for different IP services. The default configuration includes these pre-configured IP services: IKE, BGP, BFD-single-hop, BFD-multiple-hop, SLBC-management, SLBC-1, and SLBC-2. You can edit these pre-configured IP services to change the queue and weight. You can also add new IP services.

  • protocol the protocol number of the IP service to be configured.

  • sport the source port number used by the service.

  • dport the destination port number used by the service.

  • queue the queue number. Range 0 to 11, the default when you create a new IP service is 0.

  • weight the class weight for the IP service in the range of 0 to 15, the default weight is 13.

config scheduler configure NP7 QoS schedules.

  • mode the scheduler mode. Can be none, priority, or round-robin.

Default NP7 queue protocol prioritization configuration

Configuring NP7 queue protocol prioritization

Use the following command to configure NP7 HPE high-priority traffic types. Traffic types matched by the configuration of this command are assumed to be high-priority traffic types by the HPE. The default configuration includes most common types of traffic that might be considered to be high-priority traffic for most networks. You can add and remove traffic types if required for your network.

config system npu

config np-queues

config profile

edit <profile-id>

set type {cos | dscp}

set weight <weight>

set {cos0 | cos1 | ... | cos7} {queue0 | queue1 | ... | queue7}

set {dscp0 | dscp1 | ... | dscp63} {queue0 | queue1 | ... | queue7}

end

config ethernet-type

edit <ethernet-type-name>

set type <ethertype>

set queue <queue>

set weight <weight>

end

config ip-protocol

edit <protocol-name>

set protocol <ip-protocol-number>

set queue <queue>

set weight <weight>

end

config ip-service

edit <service-name>

set protocol <ip-protocol-number>

set sport <port-number>

set dport <port-number>

set queue <queue>

set weight <weight>

end

config scheduler

edit <schedule-name>

set mode {none | priority | round-robin}

end

config profile configure NP7 class profiles.

  • type the profile type. Select cos (the default) for VLAN priority or dscp for IP differentiated services code point (DSCP) priority.

  • weight set a weight for the profile. Range 0 to 15, default 6.

  • cos0 to cos7 if type is set to cos, select a queue number (queue1 to queue7) for each CoS. By default, each CoS is assigned a queue with the corresponding number. For example, cos1 is assigned queue1, cos2 is assigned queue2 and so on.

  • dscp0 to dscp63 if type is set to dscp, select a queue number (queue1 to queue7) for each DSCP.

config ethernet-type configure NP7 QoS settings for different ethernet types. The default configuration includes the following ethernet types: ARP, HA-SESSYNC, HA-DEF, HC-DEF, L2EP-DEF, and LACP. You can edit these pre-configured ethernet types to change the queue and weight. You can also add new ethernet types.

  • type the ethertype number of the ethernet type to be configured. For example, for ARP type would be 806 (and not 0x0806).

  • queue the queue number. Range 0 to 11, the default when you create a new ethernet type is 0.

  • weight the class weight for the ethernet type in the range of 0 to 15, the default weight is 15.

config ip-protocol configure NP7 QoS settings for different IP protocols. The default configuration includes these pre-configured IP protocols: OSPF, IGMP, and ICMP. You can edit these pre-configured IP protocols to change the queue and weight. You can also add new IP protocols.

  • protocol the protocol number of the IP protocol to be configured.

  • queue the queue number. Range 0 to 11, the default when you create a new IP protocol is 0.

  • weight the class weight for the IP protocol in the range of 0 to 15, the default weight is 14.

config ip-service configure NP7 QoS settings for different IP services. The default configuration includes these pre-configured IP services: IKE, BGP, BFD-single-hop, BFD-multiple-hop, SLBC-management, SLBC-1, and SLBC-2. You can edit these pre-configured IP services to change the queue and weight. You can also add new IP services.

  • protocol the protocol number of the IP service to be configured.

  • sport the source port number used by the service.

  • dport the destination port number used by the service.

  • queue the queue number. Range 0 to 11, the default when you create a new IP service is 0.

  • weight the class weight for the IP service in the range of 0 to 15, the default weight is 13.

config scheduler configure NP7 QoS schedules.

  • mode the scheduler mode. Can be none, priority, or round-robin.

Default NP7 queue protocol prioritization configuration