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Hardware Acceleration

Configuring the QoS mode for NP6-accelerated traffic

If you have a FortiGate with multiple NP6 processors and an internal switch fabric (ISF), you can use the following command to configure the QoS mode to control how the ISF distributes traffic to the NP6 processors:

config system npu

set qos-mode {disable | piority | round-robin}

end

Where:

disable (the default setting) disables QoS for NP6-accelerated traffic.

priority uses priority-based QoS that is applied to ingress and egress traffic based on the traffic CoS value. Traffic with a higher CoS value has a higher QoS priority.

round-robin applies round-robin or bandwidth control distribution to ingress traffic only based on the traffic CoS value. This mode helps smooth out incoming burst traffic by distributing traffic evenly among the NP6 processors.

Configuring the QoS mode for NP6-accelerated traffic

If you have a FortiGate with multiple NP6 processors and an internal switch fabric (ISF), you can use the following command to configure the QoS mode to control how the ISF distributes traffic to the NP6 processors:

config system npu

set qos-mode {disable | piority | round-robin}

end

Where:

disable (the default setting) disables QoS for NP6-accelerated traffic.

priority uses priority-based QoS that is applied to ingress and egress traffic based on the traffic CoS value. Traffic with a higher CoS value has a higher QoS priority.

round-robin applies round-robin or bandwidth control distribution to ingress traffic only based on the traffic CoS value. This mode helps smooth out incoming burst traffic by distributing traffic evenly among the NP6 processors.