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Hardware Acceleration

config dsw-queue-dts-profile

Create NP7 DSW Queue DTS profiles.

config system npu

config dsw-queue-dts-profile

edit <profile-name>

set iport <iport>

set oport <oport>

set profile-id <profile-id>

set queue-select <queue-id>

end

iport select a NP7 DSW DTS in port from the list of available ports, default eif0.

oport select a NP7 DSW DTS out port from the list of available ports, default eif0.

profile-idan NP7 DSW DTS profile ID, range 1 to 32, default 0.

queue-select an NP7 DSW DTS queue ID. Range <0> to <4095>, default 0 resets the queue to default.

Note

When this command was first added with FortiOS 6.4.6, the iport and oport options were all uppercase. However, for 6.4.8 they were converted to lower case. This change was missed in the upgrade code, so your configuration of this command may be lost after upgrading to 7.0.5.

config dsw-queue-dts-profile

Create NP7 DSW Queue DTS profiles.

config system npu

config dsw-queue-dts-profile

edit <profile-name>

set iport <iport>

set oport <oport>

set profile-id <profile-id>

set queue-select <queue-id>

end

iport select a NP7 DSW DTS in port from the list of available ports, default eif0.

oport select a NP7 DSW DTS out port from the list of available ports, default eif0.

profile-idan NP7 DSW DTS profile ID, range 1 to 32, default 0.

queue-select an NP7 DSW DTS queue ID. Range <0> to <4095>, default 0 resets the queue to default.

Note

When this command was first added with FortiOS 6.4.6, the iport and oport options were all uppercase. However, for 6.4.8 they were converted to lower case. This change was missed in the upgrade code, so your configuration of this command may be lost after upgrading to 7.0.5.