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VSL-Portgroup, which int belongs to it?

When trying to configure "mls qos trust dscp" on the Gig-interfaces on a Sup720-10G in virtual mode I get the following error message:

" HWIF-QOS: QoS configs are not allowed on VSL Portgroup."

As far as I know only the 10G-int can be part of the VSL. Can somebody explain this and tell if it is impossible to trust DSCP on these Gig-ports when using the 10G ints for VSL.

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VIP Super Bronze

Re: VSL-Portgroup, which int belongs to it?

Removing or modifying trust command is not permitted in VSL group.

Here is more info:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/switches/ps5718/ps9336/white_paper_c11_429338.pdf

HTH

Reza

New Member

Re: VSL-Portgroup, which int belongs to it?

But as I understand it it is only the TenG-interfaces that are part of the VSL-group. Why should the gigE be affected by the shortcomings of the VSL-interfaces.

VIP Super Bronze

Re: VSL-Portgroup, which int belongs to it?

Can you post your VSL config here?

What if you use 10Gig ports from a line card for your VSL link instead of the Sup ports?

New Member

Re: VSL-Portgroup, which int belongs to it?

Did you ever find out what it going on with this? I just ran into the same issue and I'm unable to find anymore information.

Thanks!

Mark

New Member

Re: VSL-Portgroup, which int belongs to it?

No.

But as I understand, this is a shortcoming that tells you not to use any of the three Gig interfaces at all when running VSL on the 10G's. I have also found that using one of the Sup-10G int, together with one int on a 6708 LC, to form a etherchannel bundle to an access switch is impossible due to missmatch in QoS-capabilties.

New Member

Re: VSL-Portgroup, which int belongs to it?

Yeah, one of my coworkers suggested I look to see what ASIC(s) the gig ports were attached to... So it appears that ports 1-5 (gig and ten) are all on a single ASIC. So that explains it! Once you turn on VSL there really isn't anything you can do with the gig ports for QoS.

Bronze

Re: VSL-Portgroup, which int belongs to it?

Hi.

To the best of my knowledge you cannot set separate QoS config for the 1gig ports of the Sup720-10G when you use the 10Gig ports for VSL. However, I do not as such have a link to underline my info - it's something I believe I heard from a colleague.

HTH, Ingolf

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