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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Creating QoS policies

You can set the following types of QoS policies for each managed switch:

  • QoS policies
  • QoS egress queue policies
  • QoS IP precedence/DSCP policies
  • QoS 802.1 policies
To create QoS policies:
  1. Go to FortiSwitch Manager > Device & Groups, and select QoS Policy from the FortiSwitch Profiles tab.
  2. In the tree menu, select a FortiGate.
    The QoS policies are displayed in the content pane.
  3. Click Create New.

    The Create New QoS Policy pane opens.

  4. Set the options, and click OK.

    The changes are saved to the FortiGate database.

To create QoS egress queue policies:
  1. Go to FortiSwitch Manager > Device & Groups, and select QoS Egress Queue Policy from the FortiSwitch Profiles tab.
  2. In the tree menu, select a FortiGate.
    The QoS egress queued policies are displayed in the content pane.
  3. Click Create New.

    The Create New Egress Queue Policy pane opens.

  4. Set the options, and click OK.

    The changes are saved to the FortiGate database.

To create QoS IP precedence/DSCP policies:
  1. Go to FortiSwitch Manager > Device & Groups, and select QoS IP precedence/DSCP from the FortiSwitch Profiles tab.
  2. In the tree menu, select a FortiGate.
    The QoS IP precedence/DSCP policies are displayed in the content pane.
  3. Click Create New.

    The Create New QoS IP precedence/DSCP pane opens.

  4. Set the options, and click OK.

    The changes are saved to the FortiGate database.

To create QoS 802.1p policies:
  1. Go to FortiSwitch Manager > Device & Groups, and select QoS 802.1p from the FortiSwitch Profiles tab.
  2. In the tree menu, select a FortiGate.
    The QoS 802.1p policies are displayed in the content pane.
  3. Click Create New.

    The Create New 802.1 pane opens.

  4. Set the options, and click OK.

    The changes are saved to the FortiGate database.

Creating QoS policies

You can set the following types of QoS policies for each managed switch:

  • QoS policies
  • QoS egress queue policies
  • QoS IP precedence/DSCP policies
  • QoS 802.1 policies
To create QoS policies:
  1. Go to FortiSwitch Manager > Device & Groups, and select QoS Policy from the FortiSwitch Profiles tab.
  2. In the tree menu, select a FortiGate.
    The QoS policies are displayed in the content pane.
  3. Click Create New.

    The Create New QoS Policy pane opens.

  4. Set the options, and click OK.

    The changes are saved to the FortiGate database.

To create QoS egress queue policies:
  1. Go to FortiSwitch Manager > Device & Groups, and select QoS Egress Queue Policy from the FortiSwitch Profiles tab.
  2. In the tree menu, select a FortiGate.
    The QoS egress queued policies are displayed in the content pane.
  3. Click Create New.

    The Create New Egress Queue Policy pane opens.

  4. Set the options, and click OK.

    The changes are saved to the FortiGate database.

To create QoS IP precedence/DSCP policies:
  1. Go to FortiSwitch Manager > Device & Groups, and select QoS IP precedence/DSCP from the FortiSwitch Profiles tab.
  2. In the tree menu, select a FortiGate.
    The QoS IP precedence/DSCP policies are displayed in the content pane.
  3. Click Create New.

    The Create New QoS IP precedence/DSCP pane opens.

  4. Set the options, and click OK.

    The changes are saved to the FortiGate database.

To create QoS 802.1p policies:
  1. Go to FortiSwitch Manager > Device & Groups, and select QoS 802.1p from the FortiSwitch Profiles tab.
  2. In the tree menu, select a FortiGate.
    The QoS 802.1p policies are displayed in the content pane.
  3. Click Create New.

    The Create New 802.1 pane opens.

  4. Set the options, and click OK.

    The changes are saved to the FortiGate database.