Configuring the QoS queue name and guaranteed bandwidth

Follow these steps to change a queue name and the minimum percentage of a port outbound bandwidth guaranteed to the queue.

Note: Stackable devices that are operating as members of a stack reserve queue 7 for stacking functions.
  1. Enter global configuration mode.
    
    device# configure terminal
    
  2. Change minimum percentage of a port outbound bandwidth guaranteed to the queues.
    
    device(config)# qos guaranteed-rate qosp0 10 qosp1 10 qosp2 15 qosp3 15 qosp4 10 qosp5 10 qosp6 10 qosp7 10  
    
  3. Change the name of QoS queue 3.
    
    device(config)# qos name qosp3 r3d3
    
    The default queue names are qosp7, qosp6, qosp5, qosp4, qosp3, qosp2, qosp1, and qosp0. You can change one or more of the names if desired.
  4. Return to privileged EXEC mode.
    
    device(config)# exit
    
  5. Verify the configuration
    
    device# show qos guaranteed-rate
    Profile qosp7     : Minimum Guaranteed bandwidth 10
    Profile qosp6     : Minimum Guaranteed bandwidth 10
    Profile qosp5     : Minimum Guaranteed bandwidth 10
    Profile qosp4     : Minimum Guaranteed bandwidth 10
    Profile r3d3      : Minimum Guaranteed bandwidth 15
    Profile qosp2     : Minimum Guaranteed bandwidth 15
    Profile qosp1     : Minimum Guaranteed bandwidth 10
    Profile qosp0     : Minimum Guaranteed bandwidth 10
    
  6. Save the configuration.
    
    device# write memory
    

QoS queue configuration example


device# configure terminal
device(config)# qos guaranteed-rate qosp0 10 qosp1 10 qosp2 15 qosp3 15 qosp4 10 qosp5 10 qosp6 10 qosp7 10  
device(config)# qos name qosp3 r3d3
device(config)# exit
device# show qos guaranteed-rate
device# write memory