SP/SPWRR

The KGS can be configured to have 8 output CoS (Class of Service) queues (Q0~Q7) per port, into which each packet is placed. Q0 is the highest priority Queue. Each packet‘s 802.1p priority determines its CoS queue. You need to bind VLAN (Virtual LAN) priority/queue mapping profile to each port, for every VLAN priority need assign a traffic descriptor for it. The traffic descriptor defines the shape parameter on every VLAN priority for Ethernet interface. Currently KGS supports Strict Priority and SP+WRR (Weighted Round Robin) scheduling methods on each port. Please find the detail reference on ISW user manual.

Default Priority and Queue mapping is as follows:

Priority0 Priority1 Priority2 Priority3 Priority4 Priority5 Priority6 Priority7
Queue0 Queue1 Queue2 Queue3 Queue4 Queue5 Queue6 Queue7
SPQ SPQ SPQ SPQ SPQ SPQ SPQ SPQ