Command:

queue-list queue protocol

Mode:

Router(config)#

Syntax:

queue-list list-number protocol protocol-name queue-number queue-keyword keyword-value

no queue-list list-number protocol protocol-name queue-number queue-keyword keyword-value


Syntax Description:

list-number

Number of the queue list. Any number from 1 to 16.

protocol-name

Required argument that specifies the protocol type: aarp, apollo, appletalk, arp, bridge (transparent), clns, clns_es, clns_is, cmns, compressedtcp, decnet, decnet_node, decnet_routerl1, decnet_routerl2, dlsw, ip, ipx, pad, rsrb, stun, vines, xns, and x25.

queue-number

Number of the queue. Any number from 1 to 16.

queue-keyword keyword-value

Possible keywords are gt, list, lt, tcp, and udp.


Command Description:

To establish queueing priority based upon the protocol type, use the queue-list protocol global configuration command. To remove an entry from the list, use the no form of this command with the appropriate list number.

When you use multiple rules, remember the system reads the queue-list commands in order of appearance. When classifying a packet, the system searches the list of rules specified by queue-list commands for a matching protocol or interface type. When a match is found, the packet is assigned to the appropriate queue. The list is searched in the order it is specified, and the first matching rule terminates the search.

The decnet_router-l1 keyword refers to the multicast address for all level 1 routers, which are intra-area routers, and the decnet_router-l2 keyword refers to all level 2 routers, which are interarea routers. 

The dlsw, rsrb, and stun keywords refer only to direct encapsulation.

Use the tables from the priority-list protocol command to configure the queueing priorities for your system.

 

Example:

The following example assigns 1 as the custom queue list, specifies DECnet as the protocol type, and assigns 3 as a queue number to the packets transmitted on this interface:

Router(config)#queue-list 1 protocol decnet 3
 

The following example assigns DECnet packets with a size greater than 200 bytes to queue number 2:

Router(config)#queue-list 2 protocol decnet 2 gt 200
 

The following example assigns DECnet packets with a size less than 200 bytes to queue number 2:

Router(config)#queue-list 4 protocol decnet 2 lt 200
 

The following example assigns traffic that matches IP access list 10 to queue number 1:

Router(config)#queue-list 1 protocol ip 1 list 10
 

The following example assigns Telnet packets to queue number 2:

Router(config)#queue-list 4 protocol ip 2 tcp 23
 

The following example assigns UDP Domain Name Service packets to queue number 2:

Router(config)#queue-list 4 protocol ip 2 udp 53
 

The following example assigns traffic that matches Ethernet type code access list 201 to queue number 1:

Router(config)#queue-list 1 protocol bridge 1 list 201


Misconceptions:

None

Related Commands:
priority-list protocol
custom-queue-list
queue-list default
queue-list queue byte-count
queue-list queue limit
show queueing

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