Vyatta Network OS Documentation

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policy action name <action-group-name> police then mark dscp <dscp-diff-serv-name-or-value>

Controls the definition of the policing rule for DSCP marking of packets, when traffic exceeds the policed bandwidth for packets that Vyatta NOS directs to the action group that you specify.

policy
This keyword exists for 'organizational' purposes only, to structure the configuration path for relevant command strings.
action
This keyword exists for 'organizational' purposes only, to structure the configuration path for relevant command strings.
name <action-group-name>
The name of a QoS action group.
police
This keyword exists mainly for 'organizational' purposes, to structure the configuration path for relevant command strings. However, it also introduces some additional bandwidth or rate limit restrictions on packets that the system identifies by the match rule that you specify elsewhere in the command string.
then
This keyword exists for 'organizational' purposes only, to structure the configuration path for relevant command strings.
mark
This keyword exists for 'organizational' purposes only, to structure the configuration path for relevant command strings.
dscp <dscp-diff-serv-name-or-value>
Where <dscp-diff-serv-name-or-value> is either a decimal value in the range 0 to 63, or a DiffServ name as defined in RFC4594 Configuration Guidelines for DiffServ Service Classes.