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Doubt about a parameter in the interfaces of SLX 9140 equipment.

  • 22 December 2020
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Hello Community,

According to the attached image, what is the use of the parameter that says "Priority Tag disable"?

Has anyone used it on network interfaces?

Regards


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# show interface ethernet 0/6
Ethernet 0/6 is up, line protocol is up (connected)
Hardware is Ethernet, address is fc0a.81f8.540a
    Current address is fc0a.81f8.540a
Pluggable media present
Description:
Interface index (ifindex) is 201376128
MTU 9216 bytes
Maximum Speed        : 25G
LineSpeed Actual     : 1000 Mbit
LineSpeed Configured : Auto-Detect, Duplex: Full
Priority Tag disable (What is this parameter for?)
Last clearing of show interface counters: 24w2d14h
Queueing strategy: fifo
FEC Mode - Disabled
Receive Statistics:
    4508600 packets, 355976866 bytes
    Unicasts: 4508580, Multicasts: 0, Broadcasts: 20
    64-byte pkts: 3500, Over 64-byte pkts: 4476522, Over 127-byte pkts: 23334
    Over 255-byte pkts: 2322, Over 511-byte pkts: 2807, Over 1023-byte pkts: 115
    Over 1518-byte pkts(Jumbo): 0
    Runts: 0, Jabbers: 0, CRC: 0, Overruns: 0
    Errors: 0, Discards: 0
Transmit Statistics:
    9073217 packets, 695069491 bytes
    Unicasts: 5564202, Multicasts: 491318, Broadcasts: 3017697
    Underruns: 0
    Errors: 0, Discards: 0
Rate info:
    Input 0.000000 Mbits/sec, 0 packets/sec, 0.00% of line-rate
    Output 0.000000 Mbits/sec, 0 packets/sec, 0.00% of line-rate
Time since last interface status change: 4w5d10h

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I am very sure, it is 802.1p.

You can find more about it, by digging around here:

https://documentation.extremenetworks.com/slxos/SW/20xx/20.2.2a/traffic/downloads/slx-20.2.2a-trafficguide.pdf

Ok thanks, I check the link.