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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

QoS profiles

You can create, edit, and import QoS profiles, or view where a profile is used. When you create SSID profiles, you can select a QoS profile.

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QoS profiles are not available in version 5.4 ADOMs.

To view Quality of Service (QoS) profiles:
  1. If using ADOMs, ensure that you are in the correct ADOM.
  2. Go to AP Manager > WiFi Templates > QoS Profile (or from the tabs in version 5.6 ADOMs).

    The following options are available in the toolbar and right-click menu:

    Create New

    Create a new QoS profile.

    Edit

    Edit the selected QoS profile.

    Delete

    Delete the selected QoS profile.

    Clone

    Clone the selected QoS profile.

    Where Used

    View where the selected QoS profile is used.

    Import

    Import QoS profiles from a connected FortiGate (toolbar only).

To create a new QoS profile:
  1. If using ADOMs, ensure that you are in the correct ADOM.
  2. Go to AP Manager > WiFi Templates > QoS Profile (or from the tabs in version 5.6 ADOMs).
  3. In the toolbar, click Create New.

    The Create New QoS Profile pane opens.

  4. Enter the following information, and click OK to create the QoS profile:

    Name

    Enter a name for the profile.

    Comments

    Optionally, enter comments.

    Max Uplink Speed (VAPs)The maximum uplink speed (VAPs), in Kbps (0 - 2097152, default = 0).
    Max Downlink Speed (VAPs)The maximum downlink speed (VAPs), in Kbps (0 - 2097152, default = 0).
    Max Uplink Speed (Clients)The maximum uplink speed (Clients), in Kbps (0 - 2097152, default = 0).
    Max Downlink Speed (Clients)The maximum downlink speed (Clients), in Kbps (0 - 2097152, default = 0).
    Client Rate BurstEnable/disable client rate burst (default = disable).
    Wi-Fi MultiMediaEnable/disable WiFi Multimedia (WMM) control (default = enable).
    U-APSD Power Save Mode

    Enable/disable WMM Unscheduled Automatic Power Save Delivery (U-APSD) power save mode (default = enable).

    This option is only available if Wi-Fi MultiMedia is enabled.

    Call Admission Control

    Enable/disable WMM call admission control (default = disable).

    This option is only available if Wi-Fi MultiMedia is enabled.

     

    Call Capacity

    The maximum number of VoWLAN phones allowed (0 - 60, default = 10).

    This option is only available if Call Admission Control is enabled.

    Bandwidth Admission Control

    Enable/disable WMM bandwidth admission control (default = disable).

    This option is only available if Call Admission Control is enabled.

     

    Bandwidth Capacity

    The maximum bandwidth capacity allowed, in Kbps (1 - 600000, default = 2000).

    This option is only available if Bandwidth Admission Control is enabled.

    DSCP MappingEnable/disable differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) mapping (default = disable).

     

    Voice Access

    DSCP mapping for voice access category (default = 48, 56).

    This option is only available if DSCP Mapping is enabled.

     

    Video Access

    DSCP mapping for video access category (default = 32, 40).

    This option is only available if DSCP Mapping is enabled.

     

    Best Effort Access

    DSCP mapping for best effort access category (default = 0, 24).

    This option is only available if DSCP Mapping is enabled.

     

    Background Access

    DSCP mapping for background access category (default = 8, 16).

    This option is only available if DSCP Mapping is enabled.

To edit a QoS profile:
  1. Select the profile to edit.
  2. In the toolbar, click Edit.

    Alternatively, you can right-click the profile and select Edit, or double-click a profile.

    The Edit QoS Profile pane opens.

  3. Edit the settings as required.
  4. Click OK.
To delete QoS profiles:
  1. Select the profile or profiles to be deleted.
  2. In the toolbar, click Delete.

    Alternatively, right-click the profile and select Delete.

  3. Click OK.
To clone a QoS profile:
  1. In the toolbar, click Clone.

    Alternatively, right-click the profile and select Clone.

    The Clone QoS Profile pane opens.

  2. Edit the name of the profile, then edit the remaining settings as required.
  3. Click OK.
To import a QoS profile:
  1. In the toolbar, click Import.

    The Import dialog opens.

  2. From the FortiGate dropdown, select a device.
  3. From the Profiles dropdown, select a profile.
  4. Click OK.

QoS profiles

You can create, edit, and import QoS profiles, or view where a profile is used. When you create SSID profiles, you can select a QoS profile.

note icon

QoS profiles are not available in version 5.4 ADOMs.

To view Quality of Service (QoS) profiles:
  1. If using ADOMs, ensure that you are in the correct ADOM.
  2. Go to AP Manager > WiFi Templates > QoS Profile (or from the tabs in version 5.6 ADOMs).

    The following options are available in the toolbar and right-click menu:

    Create New

    Create a new QoS profile.

    Edit

    Edit the selected QoS profile.

    Delete

    Delete the selected QoS profile.

    Clone

    Clone the selected QoS profile.

    Where Used

    View where the selected QoS profile is used.

    Import

    Import QoS profiles from a connected FortiGate (toolbar only).

To create a new QoS profile:
  1. If using ADOMs, ensure that you are in the correct ADOM.
  2. Go to AP Manager > WiFi Templates > QoS Profile (or from the tabs in version 5.6 ADOMs).
  3. In the toolbar, click Create New.

    The Create New QoS Profile pane opens.

  4. Enter the following information, and click OK to create the QoS profile:

    Name

    Enter a name for the profile.

    Comments

    Optionally, enter comments.

    Max Uplink Speed (VAPs)The maximum uplink speed (VAPs), in Kbps (0 - 2097152, default = 0).
    Max Downlink Speed (VAPs)The maximum downlink speed (VAPs), in Kbps (0 - 2097152, default = 0).
    Max Uplink Speed (Clients)The maximum uplink speed (Clients), in Kbps (0 - 2097152, default = 0).
    Max Downlink Speed (Clients)The maximum downlink speed (Clients), in Kbps (0 - 2097152, default = 0).
    Client Rate BurstEnable/disable client rate burst (default = disable).
    Wi-Fi MultiMediaEnable/disable WiFi Multimedia (WMM) control (default = enable).
    U-APSD Power Save Mode

    Enable/disable WMM Unscheduled Automatic Power Save Delivery (U-APSD) power save mode (default = enable).

    This option is only available if Wi-Fi MultiMedia is enabled.

    Call Admission Control

    Enable/disable WMM call admission control (default = disable).

    This option is only available if Wi-Fi MultiMedia is enabled.

     

    Call Capacity

    The maximum number of VoWLAN phones allowed (0 - 60, default = 10).

    This option is only available if Call Admission Control is enabled.

    Bandwidth Admission Control

    Enable/disable WMM bandwidth admission control (default = disable).

    This option is only available if Call Admission Control is enabled.

     

    Bandwidth Capacity

    The maximum bandwidth capacity allowed, in Kbps (1 - 600000, default = 2000).

    This option is only available if Bandwidth Admission Control is enabled.

    DSCP MappingEnable/disable differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) mapping (default = disable).

     

    Voice Access

    DSCP mapping for voice access category (default = 48, 56).

    This option is only available if DSCP Mapping is enabled.

     

    Video Access

    DSCP mapping for video access category (default = 32, 40).

    This option is only available if DSCP Mapping is enabled.

     

    Best Effort Access

    DSCP mapping for best effort access category (default = 0, 24).

    This option is only available if DSCP Mapping is enabled.

     

    Background Access

    DSCP mapping for background access category (default = 8, 16).

    This option is only available if DSCP Mapping is enabled.

To edit a QoS profile:
  1. Select the profile to edit.
  2. In the toolbar, click Edit.

    Alternatively, you can right-click the profile and select Edit, or double-click a profile.

    The Edit QoS Profile pane opens.

  3. Edit the settings as required.
  4. Click OK.
To delete QoS profiles:
  1. Select the profile or profiles to be deleted.
  2. In the toolbar, click Delete.

    Alternatively, right-click the profile and select Delete.

  3. Click OK.
To clone a QoS profile:
  1. In the toolbar, click Clone.

    Alternatively, right-click the profile and select Clone.

    The Clone QoS Profile pane opens.

  2. Edit the name of the profile, then edit the remaining settings as required.
  3. Click OK.
To import a QoS profile:
  1. In the toolbar, click Import.

    The Import dialog opens.

  2. From the FortiGate dropdown, select a device.
  3. From the Profiles dropdown, select a profile.
  4. Click OK.