Indicates which QoS mode the device should
use. ingress(1) applies priority-based QoS based
on the incoming packet's destination IP or MAC
address, 802.1p priority, PACE(tm), Source Port or
VLAN. egress(2) applies priority- and bandwidth-based
QoS based on destination IP or MAC address or VLAN.
The status of the atiQosProfile entry.
This OBJECT can be set to:
The following values may be read:
Setting this object to createAndGo(4) causes the agent
to attempt to create and commit the row based on
the contents of the objects in the row. If all necessary
information is present in the row and the values are
acceptible to the agent, the agent will change the
status to active(1). If any of the necessary objects
are not available, the agent will reject the creation
Setting this object to createAndWait(5) causes a row
in this table to be created. The agent sets the
status to notInService(2) if all of the information is
present in the row and the values are acceptable to the
agent; otherwise, the agent sets the status to
Setting this object to active(1) is only valid when
the current status is active(1) or notInService(2).
When the state of the row transitions is set to active(1),
the agent creates the corresponding row in the ifTable..
Setting this object to destroy(6) will remove the corresponding
QoS Profile Entry.
In order for a set of this object to destroy(6) to succeed,
all dependencies on this row must have been removed. These
will include any stacking dependencies in the ifStackTable and
any protocol specific tables dependencies.
Table to associate a Vlan with the QoS profile that the
Vlan is using. Every Vlan is assigned a Qos Profile and
hence there is an entry in this table corresponding to every
entry in the atiVlanIfTable.
Value of atiQosProfileIndex that uniquely
identifies a QoS Profile entry in atiQosProfileTable.
This indicates the QoS to be given to traffic for this
Vlan in the absence of any other more specific
configuration information for this traffic.