Use this command to configure QoS queues.
You can use QoS policies to provision bandwidth for any traffic that matches the rule. You might consider QoS policies for latency- or bandwidth-sensitive services, such as VoIP and ICMP.
The FortiADC system does not provision bandwidth based on the TOS bits (also called differentiated services) in the IP header to control packet queueing. Instead, the system provisions bandwidth based on a source/destination/service matching tuple that you specify.
Note: The QoS policy feature is not supported for traffic to virtual servers.
- Configure a queue.
- Configure a QoS filter.
Before you begin:
- You must have read-write permission for firewall settings.
config firewall qos-queue
set bandwidth <digit>[G|M|K]
Maximum bandwidth rate. Specify a number and a unit abbreviation. For example, specify
If you do not specify a bandwidth, the default qos-queue is 1G.
The following commands configure a firewall policy rule:
FortiADC-VM # config firewall qos-queue
FortiADC-VM (qos-queue) # edit lane-1
Add new entry 'lane-1' for node 1909
FortiADC-VM (lane-1) # end
FortiADC-VM # get firewall qos-queue lane-1
bandwidth : 1G
bandwidth-int : 1073741824