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Topic # 191230 28-Jan-2016 16:34
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I am wanting configure QoS on my EdgeRouter but am having trouble assigning the policy to the interface.

 

Examples on the web use eth0 as the WAN interface, but I am on fibre so my WAN interface is a pppoe interface with a VLAN as it's parent.

 

Physical interface:   eth0

 

VLAN interface:       eth0.10

 

PPPoE interface:      pppoe0

 

 

 

If the WAN interface was eth0 with no VLAN or PPPoE the command would be:

 

set interfaces ethernet eth0 traffic-policy out UpStream

 

 

 

If the WAN interface was PPPoE using eth0 as it's parent, but with no VLAN the command would be:

 

set interfaces ethernet eth0 pppoe 0 traffic-policy out UpStream

 

 

 

But I can't find how to make it work when the PPPoEs' parent is a VLAN.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

 

 

EDIT: In the above commands "UpStream" is the name of the policy I have created.


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  Reply # 1481245 29-Jan-2016 14:27
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Got my question answered on a Ubiquiti forum.

 

If anyone is interested, it is:

 

set interfaces ethernet eth0 vif 10 pppoe 0 traffic-policy out UpStream

 

Where "UpStream" is the name of the policy.


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