Release R.11.17 Enhancements
Operating Notes on Using Port Ranges
You can only have 6 concurrent policies when using unique ranges. The number of policies
allowed is lower if ACLs are also using port ranges.
You cannot have ranges that include any port numbers that have been configured as part of
another QoS application port number policy.
An error message is generated if there are not enough hardware resources available when
configuring a policy.
You must specify the entire range of configured port numbers when using the no form of the
command, for example:
ProCurve(config)# qos udp-port range 1300 1399
ProCurve(config)# no qos range 1300 1399
The following example shows the 802.1p priority for the UDP and TCP port prioritization:
Displays a listing of all TCP and UDP QoS classifiers
currently in the running-config file.
TCP Port 23 (Telnet)
UDP Port 23 (Telnet)
TCP Port 80 (World Wide Web HTTP)
UDP Port 80 (World Wide Web HTTP)
UDP ports 100-199
802.1p Priority for TCP
802.1p Priority for UDP