I'm having great difficulty transferring a QoS configuration from a Procurve HP switch to an HP switch running Comware v7. The documentation lists all available configuration parameters, but fails to explain how they all fit together.
Each blade in our rack has only two physical interfaces, so different types of traffic are separated by VLAN tags.
Each VLAN basically needs to be classified into one of five groups, with descending priority and a guaranteed minimum bandwidth for each group. If there is no other traffic on the wire, each group should be able to claim the full capacity of the link.
The Procurve configuration is as follows:
vlan 10 name blah qos priority 7 exit vlan 20 name blahblah qos priority 3 exit vlan 30 name blahblahblah qos priority 1 exit [...etc...] interface 1 bandwidth-min output 10 10 60 20 interface 2 bandwidth-min output 10 10 60 20 [...etc...]
I have been experimenting with wfq configuration for the Comware switch, but I cannot seem to fit the pieces together.
What I think I want to do is:
Classify the traffic on each VLAN into a local-precendence group (0-7) using something like this
traffic classifier BLAH operator and if-match any traffic behavior BLAH remark local-precendence 7 qos policy BLAH classifier BLAH behavior BLAH qos vlan-policy BLAH vlan 10 inbound
And use the local-precedence groups to separate the traffic into different wfq queues with a guaranteed minimum bandwidth:
interface Ten-GigabitEthernet 1/1/8 qos wfq byte-count qos wfq 7 group 1 byte-count 5 qos bandwidth queue 7 min 4000000 [...etc...]
Although the configuration seems to work, I cannot confirm that the traffic is marked correctly and weighted fair queuing is actually taking place.
Can anyone point me in the right direction?