config firewall : config firewall qos-filter
config firewall qos-filter
Use this command to configure QoS rules for IPv4 addresses.
A QoS filter is the policy that assigns traffic to the QoS queue.
Note: The QoS policy feature is not supported for traffic to virtual servers.
Before you begin:
You must have a good understanding and knowledge of traffic in your network that requires QoS provisioning.
You must have created the address configuration objects and service configuration objects that define the matching tuple for QoS rules.
You must have created a QoS queue configuration object.
You must have read-write permission for firewall settings.
config firewall qos-filter
edit <name>
set destination-address <datasource>
set in-interface <datasource>
set out-interface <datasource>
set queue <datasource>
set service <datasource>
set source-address <datasource>
set status {enable|disable}
Destination address object to use to form the matching tuple.
Interface that receives traffic.
Interface that forwards traffic.
QoS queue that will be used for packets that match the filter criteria.
Service object to use to form the matching tuple.
Source address object to use to form the matching tuple.
Enable/disable the filter.
FortiADC-VM # config firewall qos-filter
FortiADC-VM (qos-filter) # edit qos-premium
Add new entry 'qos-premium' for node 1922
FortiADC-VM (qos-premium) # get
status : enable
in-interface :
out-interface :
source-address :
destination-address :
service :
queue :
FortiADC-VM (qos-premium) # set in-interface port4
FortiADC-VM (qos-premium) # set out-interface port5
FortiADC-VM (qos-premium) # set source-address fw-source-addr1
FortiADC-VM (qos-premium) # set destination-address fw-dest-addr1
FortiADC-VM (qos-premium) # set service fw-http
FortiADC-VM (qos-premium) # set queue lane-1
FortiADC-VM (qos-premium) # get
status : enable
in-interface : port4
out-interface : port5
source-address : fw-source-addr1
destination-address : fw-dest-addr1
service : fw-http
queue : lane-1
FortiADC-VM (qos-premium) # end