HH3C-QOS-CAPABILITY-MIB

File: HH3C-QOS-CAPABILITY-MIB.mib (165375 bytes)

Imported modules

HH3C-OID-MIB SNMPv2-SMI SNMPv2-TC

Imported symbols

hh3cSNMPAgCpb OBJECT-TYPE MODULE-IDENTITY
Integer32 Unsigned32 TEXTUAL-CONVENTION

Defined Types

CapabilityPhysicalType  
TEXTUAL-CONVENTION    
  current INTEGER stack(1), chassis(2), module(3), port(4)

Hh3cQoSCapabilityEntry  
SEQUENCE    
  hh3cQoSCapabilityPhysicalType CapabilityPhysicalType
  hh3cQoSCapabilityPhysicalIndex Integer32
  hh3cQoSModuleIndex Integer32
  hh3cQoSCharacteristicsIndex Integer32
  hh3cQoSCharacteristicsValue Unsigned32

Hh3cQoSSysCapabilityEntry  
SEQUENCE    
  hh3cQoSSysCapModuleIndex Integer32
  hh3cQoSSysCapCharacteristicsIndex Integer32
  hh3cQoSSysCapCharacteristicsValue Unsigned32

Hh3cQoSIfCapabilityEntry  
SEQUENCE    
  hh3cQoSIfCapIfIndex Integer32
  hh3cQoSIfCapModuleIndex Integer32
  hh3cQoSIfCapCharacteristicsIndex Integer32
  hh3cQoSIfCapCharacteristicsValue Unsigned32

Defined Values

hh3cQosCapability 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1
H3C QoS management information base.
MODULE-IDENTITY    

hh3cQoSCapabilityMibObjects 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

hh3cQoSCapabilityGroup 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1
OBJECT IDENTIFIER    

hh3cQoSCapabilityTable 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1.1
A table of capability of QoS of system information.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  SEQUENCE OF  
    Hh3cQoSCapabilityEntry

hh3cQoSCapabilityEntry 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1.1.1
Capability of QoS information entry.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Hh3cQoSCapabilityEntry  

hh3cQoSCapabilityPhysicalType 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1.1.1.1
The concentric device supports 'chassis' and 'port'. The distributed device supports 'chassis', 'module' and 'port'. The Intelligent Resilient Framework System supports 'stack', 'chassis', 'module' and 'port'.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  CapabilityPhysicalType  

hh3cQoSCapabilityPhysicalIndex 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1.1.1.2
Index of each physical entity. If hh3cQoSCapabilityPhysicalType is 'stack', the value of this object is 0. If hh3cQoSCapabilityPhysicalType is 'chassis' and 'module', the value of this object is equal to 'entPhysicalIndex', which is defined by 'ENTITY-MIB'. If hh3cQoSCapabilityPhysicalType is 'port', the value of this object is equal to 'ifIndex', which is defined by 'RFC1213-MIB'.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32  

hh3cQoSModuleIndex 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1.1.1.3
The module index of QoS. QoS module: Index Characteristic 1 car module 2 gts module 3 lr module 4 hardware queue management module 5 wred module 6 priority mapping table module 7 colored priority mapping table module 8 port priority module 9 qos policy module 10 qos interface generic module 11 flow template module 12 vqos and vacl module 13 statistic module 21 carl module 22 fifo module 23 pq module 24 cq module 25 wfq module 26 rtpq module
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32  

hh3cQoSCharacteristicsIndex 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1.1.1.4
The characteristics index of modules of QoS.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32  

hh3cQoSCharacteristicsValue 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1.1.1.5
The characteristics value of modules of QoS. The type of value of characteristics. car module: Index Characteristic Value 1 car function 1, if supported. 2 match any 1, if supported. 3 match acl If last 8 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the match acl type is supported, bit 0 stands for IPv6 basic acl, bit 1 stands for IPv6 advanced acl, bit 2 stands for mac acl, bit 3 stands for user acl, bit 4 stands for IPv6 user acl, bit 5 stands for IPv6 simple acl, bit 6 stands for IPv4 basic acl, bit 7 stands for IPv4 advanced acl. 4 match carl 1, if supported. 5 green action If last 10 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the green action type is supported, bit 0 stands for continue, bit 1 stands for drop, bit 2 stands for transmit, bit 3 stands for setting prec, bit 4 stands for setting dscp, bit 5 stands for setting exp, bit 6 stands for setting atm clp, bit 7 stands for setting fr de, bit 8 stands for setting 802.1p, bit 9 stands for setting local precedence. 6 yellow action If last 10 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the yellow action type is supported, and the mask is same to green action. 7 red action If last 10 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the red action type is supported, and the mask is same to green action. 8 input 1, if supported. 9 output 1, if supported. 10 cir 1, if supported. 11 burst size 1, if supported. 12 excess burst size 1, if supported. 13 pir 1, if supported. 14 default cir The default value of cir(integer). 15 lower limit of cir The lower limit value of cir(integer). 16 upper limit of cir The upper limit value of cir(integer). 17 cir granularity The value of cir granularity(integer). 18 default pir The default value of pir(integer). 19 lower limit of pir The lower limit value of cir(integer). 20 upper limit of pir The upper limit value of pir(integer). 21 pir granularity The value of pir granularity(integer). 22 default burst size The default value of burst size(integer). 23 lower limit of burst size The lower limit value of burst size(integer). 24 upper limit of burst size The upper limit value of burst size(integer). 25 car burst granularity size The value of burst granularity size(integer). 26 default excess burst size The default value of excess burst size(integer). 27 lower limit of excess burst size The lower limit value of excess burst size(integer). 28 upper limit of excess burst size The upper limit value of excess burst size(integer). 29 excess burst granularity size The value of excess burst granularity size(integer). 30 car aggregation function 1, if supported. 31 max aggregation The max value of aggregation(integer). 32 flow number The value of flow number(integer). gts module Index Characteristic Value 1 gts function 1, if supported. 2 match any 1, if supported. 3 match acl If last 8 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the match acl type is supported, bit 0 stands for IPv6 basic acl, bit 1 stands for IPv6 advanced acl, bit 2 stands for mac acl, bit 3 stands for user acl, bit 4 stands for IPv6 user acl, bit 5 stands for IPv6 simple acl, bit 6 stands for IPv4 basic acl, bit 7 stands for IPv4 advanced acl. 4 match queue 1, if supported. 5 cir 1, if supported. 6 burst size 1, if supported. 7 excess burst size 1, if supported. 8 queue length 1, if supported. 9 default cir The default value of cir(integer). 10 lower limit of cir The lower limit value of cir(integer). 11 upper limit of cir The upper limit value of cir(integer). 12 cir granularity The value of cir granularity(integer). 13 default burst size The default value of burst size(integer). 14 lower limit of burst size The lower limit value of burst size(integer). 15 upper limit of burst size The upper limit value of burst size(integer). 16 burst size granularity The value of burst size granularity(integer). 17 default excess burst size The default value of excess burst size(integer). 18 lower limit of excess burst size The lower limit value of excess burst size(integer). 19 upper limit of excess burst size The upper limit value of excess burst size(integer). 20 excess burst size granularity The value of excess burst size granularity(integer). 21 default queue length The default length of queue(integer). 22 lower limit of queue length The lower limit length of queue(integer). 23 upper limit of queue length The upper limit length of queue(integer). 24 queue number The number of queue(integer). 25 flow number The value of flow number(integer). 26 pir 1, if supported. 27 lower limit of pir The lower limit value of pir(integer). 28 upper limit of pir The upper limit value of pir(integer). 29 pir granularity The value of pir granularity(integer). lr module Index Characteristic Value 1 lr function 1, if supported. 2 input 1, if supported. 3 output 1, if supported. 4 cir 1, if supported. 5 burst size 1, if supported. 6 excess burst size 1, if supported. 7 default cir The default value of cir(integer). 8 lower limit of cir The lower limit value of cir(integer). 9 upper limit of cir The upper limit value of cir(integer). 10 cir granularity The value of cir granularity(integer). 11 default burst size The default value of burst size(integer). 12 lower limit of burst size The lower limit value of burst size(integer). 13 upper limit of burst size The upper limit value of burst size(integer). 14 burst size granularity The value of burst size granularity(integer). 15 default excess burst size The default value of excess burst size(integer). 16 lower limit of excess burst size The lower limit value of excess burst size(integer). 17 upper limit of excess burst size The upper limit value of excess burst size(integer). 18 excess burst size granularity The value of excess burst size granularity(integer). hardware queue management module Index Characteristic Value 1 hardware queue management function 1, if supported. 2 mode If last 7 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the MODE type is supported, bit 0 stands for sp mode, bit 1 stands for wrr mode, bit 2 stands for hard wfq mode, bit 3 stands for sp pattern, bit 4 stands for max delay of wrr, bit 5 stands for wrr group, bit 6 stands for bandwidth mode. 3 default mode The default mode(integer). 4 max queue number The max number of queue(integer). 5 wrr group number The number of wrr group(integer). 6 wrr unit If last 2 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the wrr unit type is supported, bit 0 stands for weight, bit 1 stands for byte count. 7 wfq unit If last 3 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the wfq unit type is supported, bit 0 stands for bandwidth, bit 1 stands for percent, bit 2 stands for weight. 8 default wrr schedule value The default value of wrr schedule(integer). 9 lower limit of wrr schedule value The lower limit value of wrr schedule(integer). 10 upper limit of wrr schedule value The upper limit value of wrr schedule. 11 default value of wfq schedule The default value of wfq schedule(integer). 12 lower limit of wfq schedule value The lower limit value of wfq schedule(integer). 13 upper limit of wfq schedule value The upper limit value of wfq schedule. 14 default max delay The default value of max delay(integer). 15 lower limit of max delay The lower limit value of max delay(integer). 16 upper limit of max delay The upper limit value of max delay(integer). 17 wrr sp group 1, if supported. 18 wrr sp weight 1, if supported. 19 default wrr sp weight The default value of wrr sp weight(integer). 20 default wrr group The default group of wrr(integer). 21 default bandwidth value The default value of bandwidth(integer). 22 lower limit of bandwidth value The lower limit value of bandwidth(integer). 23 upper limit of bandwidth value The upper limit value of bandwidth(integer). wred module Index Characteristic Value 1 wred function 1, if supported. 2 port based 1, if supported. 3 table based The value of table based(integer). 4 IP precedence 1, if supported. 5 dscp 1, if supported. 6 exp 1, if supported. 7 atm clp 1, if supported. 8 802.1p 1, if supported. 9 fr de 1, if supported. 10 queue 1, if supported. 11 drop precedence 1, if supported. 12 color level If last 3 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the color type is supported, bit 0 stands for green, bit 1 stands for yellow, bit 2 stands for red. 13 min threshold 1, if supported. 14 max threshold 1, if supported. 15 exponent 1, if supported. 16 discard probability denominator 1, if supported. 17 lower limit of min threshold The lower limit value of min threshold(integer). 18 upper limit of min threshold The upper limit value of min threshold(integer). 19 default min threshold The default value of min threshold(integer). 20 lower limit of max threshold The lower limit value of max threshold(integer). 21 lower limit of max threshold The upper limit value of max threshold(integer). 22 default max threshold The default value of max threshold (integer). 23 lower limit of exponent The lower limit value of exponent(integer). 24 upper limit of exponent The upper limit value of exponent(integer). 25 default exponent The default value of exponent(integer). 26 lower limit of discard probability denominator The lower limit value of mark prob(integer). 27 upper limit of discard probability denominator The upper limit value of mark prob(integer). 28 default discard probability denominator The value of default mark prob(integer). 29 port based parameter If last 2 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the color type is supported, bit 0 stands for port based IP, bit 1 stands for port based dscp. priority mapping table module Index Characteristic Value 1 priority map table function 1, if supported. 2 802.1p map to lp If last 3 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the direction type is supported, bit 0 stands for no direction, bit 1 stands for inbound, bit 2 stands for outbound. 3 802.1p map to dp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 4 802.1p map to dscp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 5 dscp map to lp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 6 dscp map to dp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 7 dscp map to 802.1p Same to 802.1p map to lp. 8 dscp map to dscp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 9 exp map to lp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 10 exp map to dp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 11 lp map to 802.1p Same to 802.1p map to lp. 12 802.1p map to rpr Same to 802.1p map to lp. 13 dscp map to rpr Same to 802.1p map to lp. 14 exp map to rpr Same to 802.1p map to lp. 15 IP precedence map to rpr Same to 802.1p map to lp. 16 lp map to dscp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 17 802.11e map to lp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 18 lp map to 802.11e Same to 802.1p map to lp. 19 up map to 802.1p Same to 802.1p map to lp. 20 up map to dscp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 21 up map to exp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 22 up map to dp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 23 up map to lp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 24 up map to rpr Same to 802.1p map to lp. 25 up map to fc Same to 802.1p map to lp. 26 lp map to lp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 27 802.1p map to exp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 28 dscp map to exp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 29 exp map to 802.1p Same to 802.1p map to lp. 30 exp map to dscp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 31 exp map to exp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 32 lp map to exp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 33 lp map to dp Same to 802.1p map to lp. 34 up map to up Same to 802.1p map to lp. colored priority mapping table module Index Characteristic Value 1 colored priority mapping table function If bit 0 - bit 2 of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the direction type is supported, bit 0 stands for no direction, bit 1 stands for inbound, bit 2 stands for outbound. If bit 3 - bit 5 of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the color type is supported, bit 3 stands for green, bit 4 stands for yellow, bit 5 stands for red. 2 802.1p map to lp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 3 802.1p map to dp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 4 802.1p map to dscp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 5 dscp map to lp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 6 dscp map to dp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 7 dscp map to 802.1p Same to colored priority mapping table function. 8 dscp map to dscp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 9 exp map to lp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 10 exp map to dp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 11 lp map to 802.1p Same to colored priority mapping table function. 12 802.1p map to rpr Same to colored priority mapping table function. 13 dscp map to rpr Same to colored priority mapping table function. 14 exp map to rpr Same to colored priority mapping table function. 15 IP precedence map to rpr Same to colored priority mapping table function. 16 lp map to dscp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 17 802.11e map to lp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 18 lp map to 802.11e Same to colored priority mapping table function. 19 up map to 802.1p Same to colored priority mapping table function. 20 up map to dscp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 21 up map to exp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 22 up map to dp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 23 up map to lp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 24 up map to rpr Same to colored priority mapping table function. 25 up map to fc Same to colored priority mapping table function. 26 lp map to lp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 27 802.1p map to exp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 28 dscp map to exp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 29 exp map to 802.1p Same to colored priority mapping table function. 30 exp map to dscp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 31 exp map to exp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 32 lp map to exp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 33 lp map to dp Same to colored priority mapping table function. 34 up map to up Same to colored priority mapping table function. port priority Module Index Characteristic Value 1 port priority function 1, if supported. 2 priority trust If last 2 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the priority trust type is supported, bit 0 stands for global, bit 1 stands for interface. 3 802.1p 1, if supported. 4 dscp 1, if supported. 5 exp 1, if supported. 6 IP precedence 1, if supported. 7 802.11e 1, if supported. 8 override 1, if supported. 9 auto 1, if supported. qos policy module Index Characteristic Value 1 qos policy function If last 4 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the policy type is supported, bit 0 stands for inbound, bit 1 stands for outbound, bit 2 stands for global inbound, bit 3 stands for global outbound. 2 match not 1, if supported. 3 and If last 19 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the if match and type is supported, bit 0 stands for acl, bit 1 stands for class, bit 2 stands for dscp, bit 3 stands for inbound interface, bit 4 stands for IP precedence, bit 5 stands for rtp port, bit 6 stands for mpls exp, bit 7 stands for 802.1p, bit 8 stands for mac, bit 9 stands for protocol, bit 10 stands for service vlan ID, bit 11 stands for pr de, bit 12 stands for atm clp, bit 13 stands for source IP, bit 14 stands for any, bit 15 stands for local ID, bit 16 stands for topmost vlan, bit 17 stands for local precedence, bit 18 stands for drop priority. 4 or If last 19 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the if match or type is supported, bit 0 stands for acl, bit 1 stands for class, bit 2 stands for dscp, bit 3 stands for inbound interface, bit 4 stands for IP precedence, bit 5 stands for rtp port, bit 6 stands for mpls exp, bit 7 stands for 802.1p, bit 8 stands for mac, bit 9 stands for protocol, bit 10 stands for service vlan ID, bit 11 stands for pr de, bit 12 stands for atm clp, bit 13 stands for source IP, bit 14 stands for any, bit 15 stands for local ID, bit 16 stands for topmost vlan, bit 17 stands for local precedence, bit 18 stands for drop priority. 5 match acl If last 8 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the acl type is supported, bit 0 stands for IPv6 basic acl, bit 1 stands for IPv6 advanced acl, bit 2 stands for mac acl, bit 3 stands for user acl, bit 4 stands for IPv6 user acl, bit 5 stands for IPv6 simple acl, bit 6 stands for IPv4 basic acl, bit 7 stands for IPv4 advanced acl. 6 match sub class 1, if supported. 7 match dscp 1, if supported. 8 match inbound interface 1, if supported. 9 match ip precedence 1, if supported. 10 match rtp port 1, if supported. 11 match mpls exp 1, if supported. 12 match 802.1p 1, if supported. 13 match mac 1, if supported. 14 match protocol If last 3 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the protocol type is supported, bit 0 stands for IPv4 protocol, bit 1 stands for IPv6 protocol, bit 2 stands for bittorrent protocol. 15 match customer vlan ID If last 2 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the match type is supported, bit 0 stands for service vlan ID list, bit 1 stands for service vlan ID range. 16 match fr de 1, if supported. 17 match atm clp 1, if supported. 18 match source ip-address 1, if supported. 19 match any 1, if supported. 20 match qos local ID 1, if supported. 21 traffic police action 1, if supported. 22 traffic shape action 1, if supported. 23 set ip dscp action 1, if supported. 24 set ip precedence action 1, if supported. 25 set mpls exp action 1, if supported. 26 class based wfq action 1, if supported. 27 nest sub traffic policy 1, if supported. 28 set fr de action 1, if supported. 29 set 802.1p action 1, if supported. 30 set atm clp action 1, if supported. 31 account action 1, if supported. 32 filter action 1, if supported. 33 set drop priority action 1, if supported. 34 set vlan ID action 1, if supported. 35 traffic redirect to IP next hop 1, if supported. 36 traffic redirect to interface If last 11 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the redirecting interface type is supported, bit 0 stands for l2ethernet, bit 1 stands for l2ge, bit 2 stands for l2xge, bit 3 stands for l3ethernet, bit 4 stands for l3ge, bit 5 stands for l3xge, bit 6 stands for serial, bit 7 stands for eacl, bit 8 stands for tunnel, bit 9 stands for olt, bit 10 stands for nat. 37 traffic redirect to cpu 1, if supported. 38 set local precedence action 1, if supported. 39 wred action 1, if supported. 40 set qos local ID action 1, if supported. 41 match service vlan ID If last 2 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the match type is supported, bit 0 stands for service vlan list, bit 1 stands for service vlan range. 42 set service vlan ID 1, if supported. 43 nest topmost vlan tag If last 2 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the nest type is supported, bit 0 stands for nest vlan ID, bit 1 stands for nest cos. 44 priority map action If last 21 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the priority map type is supported, bit 0 stands for user def(Reserved right now), bit 1 stands for 802.1p map to lp, bit 2 stands for 802.1p map to dp, bit 3 stands for 802.1p map to dscp, bit 4 stands for dscp map to lp, bit 5 stands for dscp map to dp, bit 6 stands for dscp map to 802.1p, bit 7 stands for dscp map to dscp, bit 8 stands for exp map to lp, bit 9 stands for exp map to dp, bit 10 stands for lp map to 802.1p, bit 11 stands for lp map to lp, bit 12 stands for lp map to dscp, bit 13 stands for up map to 802.1p, bit 14 stands for up map to dscp, bit 15 stands for dscp map to exp, bit 16 stands for exp map to 802.1p, bit 17 stands for exp map to dscp, bit 18 stands for exp map to exp, bit 19 stands for lp map to exp, bit 20 stands for lp map to dp. 45 traffic redirect to aggregation group 1, if supported. 46 match local precedence 1, if supported. 47 match drop priority 1, if supported. 48 bind interface type not supported. 49 flow based mirror to interface If the bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the flow based mirror to interface type is supported. 50 flow based mirror to vlan 1, if supported. 51 flow based mirror to cpu 1, if supported. 52 qos policy support dynamic modified not supported. 53 set forwarding class ID action 1, if supported. 54 colored priority map action If last 22 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the priority map type is supported, bit 0 stands for user def(Reserved right now), bit 1 stands for 802.1p map to lp, bit 2 stands for 802.1p map to dp, bit 3 stands for 802.1p map to dscp, bit 4 stands for dscp map to lp, bit 5 stands for dscp map to dp, bit 6 stands for dscp map to 802.1p, bit 7 stands for dscp map to dscp, bit 8 stands for exp map to lp, bit 9 stands for exp map to dp, bit 10 stands for lp map to 802.1p, bit 11 stands for lp map to lp, bit 12 stands for lp map to dscp, bit 13 stands for up map to 802.1p, bit 14 stands for up map to dscp, bit 15 stands for dscp map to exp, bit 16 stands for exp map to 802.1p, bit 17 stands for exp map to dscp, bit 18 stands for exp map to exp, bit 19 stands for lp map to exp, bit 20 stands for lp map to dp, bit 21 stands for color map dp. 55 802.1q manipulation mode If last 10 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the 802.1q manipulation mode type is supported, bit 0 stands for behavior check method, bit 1 stands for behavior nest, bit 2 stands for behavior remark, bit 3 stands for classifier and, bit 4 stands for classifier or, bit 5 stands for classifier acl, bit 6 stands for classifier customer vlan, bit 7 stands for classifier service vlan, bit 8 stands for classifier customer 802.1p, bit 9 stands for classifier service 802,1p. 56 match service 802.1p 1, if supported. qos interface generic module Index Characteristic Value 1 hard If last 2 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the qos port type is supported, bit 0 stands for soft, bit 1 stands for hard. 2 max bandwidth 1, if supported. 3 reserved bandwidth 1, if supported. 4 qm token 1, if supported. flow template module Index Characteristic Value 1 flow template function 1, if supported. 2 max number The max number of flow template(integer). 3 source IP address 1, if supported. 4 source IPv6 address 1, if supported. 5 destination IP address 1, if supported. 6 destination IPv6 address 1, if supported. 7 IP l3 protocol 1, if supported. 8 IPv6 l3 protocol 1, if supported. 9 dscp 1, if supported. 10 IPv6 dscp 1, if supported. 11 fragments 1, if supported. 12 IPv6 fragments 1, if supported. 13 source port 1, if supported. 14 destination port 1, if supported. 15 icmp type 1, if supported. 16 icmp code 1, if supported. 17 TCP flag 1, if supported. 18 source mac address 1, if supported. 19 source mac wildcast 1, if supported. 20 destination mac address 1, if supported. 21 destination mac wildcast 1, if supported. 22 eth protocol 1, if supported. 23 vlan ID 1, if supported. 24 cos 1, if supported. 25 cos service 1, if supported. 26 topmost vlan ID 1, if supported. 27 tos 1, if supported. 28 IPv6 tos 1, if supported. 29 IP precedence 1, if supported. 30 IPv6 precedence 1, if supported. 31 IPv6 icmp type 1, if supported. 32 IPv6 icmp code 1, if supported. 33 mpls exp 1, if supported. 46 offset type If last 7 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the flow template extend offset type is supported, bit 0 stands for start, bit 1 stands for l2, bit 2 stands for mpls, bit 3 stands for IPv4, bit 4 stands for IPv6, bit 5 stands for l4, bit 6 stands for l5. 47 start offset The max value of start offset(integer). 48 start length The max value of start length(integer). 49 l2 offset The max value of l2 offset(integer). 50 l2 length The max value of l2 length(integer). 51 mpls offset The max value of mpls offset(integer). 52 mpls length The max value of mpls length(integer). 53 IPv4 offset The max value of IPv4 offset(integer). 54 IPv4 length The max value of IPv4 length(integer). 55 IPv6 offset The max value of IPv6 offset(integer). 56 IPv6 length The max value of IPv6 length(integer). 57 l4 offset The max value of l4 offset(integer). 58 l4 length The max value of l4 length(integer). 59 l5 offset The max value of l5 offset(integer). 60 l5 length The max value of l5 length(integer). vqos and vacl module Index Characteristic Value 1 vqos If last 2 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the vqos and vacl type is supported, bit 0 stands for inbound, bit 1 stands for outbound. 2 vacl If last 2 bits of this object are set to 1, it indicates that the vacl type is supported, bit 0 stands for inbound, bit 1 stands for outbound. 3 vqos priority 1, if supported. Statistic Module Index Characteristic Value 1 current queue length statistic 1, if supported. 2 total queue length statistic 1, if supported. 3 queue drop pkt statistic 1, if supported. 4 current active wfq queue number statistic 1, if supported. 5 max number of active queue statistic 1, if supported. 6 total number of wfq queue statistic 1, if supported. 7 acl pkt number statistic 1, if supported. 8 acl byte number statistic 1, if supported. 9 car red pkt number statistic 1, if supported. 10 car red byte number statistic 1, if supported. 11 car green pkt number statistic 1, if supported. 12 car green byte number statistic 1, if supported. 13 car yellow pkt number statistic 1, if supported. 14 car yellow byte number statistic 1, if supported. 15 gts transmit pkt number statistic 1, if supported. 16 gts transmit byte number statistic 1, if supported. 17 gts delay pkt number statistic 1, if supported. 18 gts delay byte number statistic 1, if supported. 19 gts drop pkt number statistic 1, if supported. 20 gts drop byte number statistic 1, if supported. 21 lr transmit pkt number statistic 1, if supported. 22 lr transmit byte number statistic 1, if supported. 23 lr delay pkt number statistic 1, if supported. 24 lr delay pkt number statistic 1, if supported. 25 qos policy class match pkt statistic 1, if supported. 26 qos policy class match byte statistic 1, if supported. 27 account pkt number statistic 1, if supported. 28 account byte number statistic 1, if supported. 29 wred queue statistic 1, if supported. 30 wred precedence statistic 1, if supported. 31 wred green traffic statistic 1, if supported. 32 wred yellow traffic statistic 1, if supported. 33 wred red traffic statistic 1, if supported. 34 wred port based statistic 1, if supported. 35 hard interface queue statistic 1, if supported. carl module Index Characteristic Value 1 carl function 1, if supported. 2 match precedence 1, if supported. 3 match mac 1, if supported. 4 match dscp 1, if supported. fifo module Index Characteristic Value 1 fifo function 1, if supported. 2 set queue length 1, if supported. 3 default fifo queue length The value of default fifo queue length(integer). 4 lower limit of fifo queue length The lower limit value of fifo queue length(integer). 5 upper limit of fifo queue length The upper limit value of fifo queue length(integer). pq module Index Characteristic Value 1 pq function 1, if supported. 2 match pql 1, if supported. 3 pql function 1, if supported. 4 pql match inbound interface 1, if supported. 5 pql match protocol 1, if supported. 6 set pql default queue 1, if supported. 7 pql default queue The value of pql default queue(integer). 8 set pql queue length 1, if supported. 9 lower limit of pql queue length The lower limit value of pql queue length(integer). 10 upper limit of pql queue length The upper limit value of pql queue length(integer). 11 pql match local precedence 1, if supported. cq module Index Characteristic Value 1 cq function 1, if supported. 2 match cql 1, if supported. 3 cql function 1, if supported. 4 cql match inbound interface 1, if supported. 5 cql match protocol 1, if supported. 6 set cql default queue 1, if supported. 7 cql default queue The default queue of cql(integer). 8 set cql queue length 1, if supported. 9 cql queue serving 1, if supported. 10 default cql queue length The default length of cql queue(integer). 11 lower limit of cql queue length The lower limit value of cql queue length(integer). 12 upper limit of cql queue length The upper limit value of cql queue length(integer). 13 default cql queue serving The value of default cql queue serving(integer). 14 lower limit of cql queue serving The lower limit value of cql queue serving(integer). 15 upper limit of cql queue serving The upper limit value of cql queue serving(integer). 16 cql match local precedence 1, if supported. wfq module Index Characteristic Value 1 wfq function 1, if supported. 2 match dscp 1, if supported. 3 match precedence 1, if supported. 4 set wfq queue length 1, if supported. 5 set wfq queue number 1, if supported. 6 default wfq queue length The default length of wfq queue(integer). 7 lower limit of wfq queue length The lower limit value of wfq queue length(integer). 8 lower limit of wfq queue length The upper limit value of wfq queue length(integer). 9 default wfq queue number The default number of wfq queue(integer). 10 lower limit of wfq queue number The lower limit number of wfq queue(integer). 11 upper limit of wfq queue number The upper limit number of wfq queue(integer). 12 lower limit number of wfq queue based on dscp The lower limit number of wfq queue based on dscp(integer). 13 upper limit number of wfq queue based on dscp The upper limit number of wfq queue based on dscp(integer). rtpq module Index Characteristic Value 1 rtpq function 1, if supported. 2 match start port The value of match start port(integer). 3 match end port The value of match end port(integer). 4 bandwidth 1, if supported. 5 cbs 1, if supported. 6 default start port The value of default start port(integer). 7 lower limit of start port The lower limit value of start port(integer). 8 upper limit of start port The upper limit value of start port(integer). 9 default end port The value of default end port(integer). 10 lower limit of end port The lower limit value of end port(integer). 11 upper limit of end port The upper limit value of end port(integer). 12 default bandwidth The default value of bandwidth(integer). 13 lower limit of bandwidth The lower limit value of bandwidth(integer). 14 upper limit of bandwidth The upper limit value of bandwidth(integer). 15 default cbs The default value of cbs(integer). 16 lower limit of cbs The lower limit value of cbs(integer). 17 upper limit of cbs The upper limit value of cbs(integer). 18 queue length of low latency The queue length of low latency(integer).
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  Unsigned32  

hh3cQoSSysCapabilityTable 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1.2
A table of system capability of QoS.
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  SEQUENCE OF  
    Hh3cQoSSysCapabilityEntry

hh3cQoSSysCapabilityEntry 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1.2.1
Capability of system QoS information entry.
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  Hh3cQoSSysCapabilityEntry  

hh3cQoSSysCapModuleIndex 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1.2.1.1
The module index of QoS. QoS module: Index Characteristic 1 car module 2 gts module 3 lr module 4 hardware queue module 5 software queue module 6 wred module 7 priority mapping table module 8 port priority module 9 redirect&mirror module 10 mqc module 11 queue statistic module
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  Integer32 1..2147483647  

hh3cQoSSysCapCharacteristicsIndex 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1.2.1.2
The system capability characteristics index of modules of QoS.
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  Integer32 1..2147483647  

hh3cQoSSysCapCharacteristicsValue 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1.2.1.3
The system capability characteristics value of modules of QoS. car module: Index Characteristic Value 1 car function 1, if supported. 2 global car If one of the last 3 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that global CAR is supported. bit 0 stands for aggregative CAR, bit 1 stands for hierarchy CAR, bit 2 stands for common global CAR. 3 mqc car 1, if supported. 4 mqc global car bit 0 stands for application of aggregative CAR by MQC, bit 1 stands for application of hierarchy CAR by MQC. 5 if car If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that interface CAR is supported. bit 0 stands for normal CAR on interface, bit 1 stands for application of aggregative CAR on interface. 6 mqc car token If one of the last 3 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that 3 token parameters are all supported. bit 0 stands for burst size, bit 1 stands for excess burst size, bit 2 stands for peak information rate. 7 aggregative car token If one of the last 3 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that 3 token parameters are all supported. bit 0 stands for burst size, bit 1 stands for excess burst size, bit 2 stands for peak information rate. 8 hierarchy car token If one of the last 3 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that 3 token parameters are all supported. bit 0 stands for burst size, bit 1 stands for excess burst size, bit 2 stands for peak information rate. 9 if car token If one of the last 3 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that 3 token parameters are all supported. bit 0 stands for burst size, bit 1 stands for excess burst size, bit 2 stands for peak information rate. 10 mqc car green action If one of the last 10 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that green action is supported. bit 0 stands for continuing, bit 1 stands for dropping, bit 2 stands for transmitting, bit 3 stands for remarking IP precedence, bit 4 stands for remarking DSCP, bit 5 stands for remarking MPLS-EXP, bit 6 stands for remarking CLP bit of ATM, bit 7 stands for remarking DE bit of FR, bit 8 stands for remarking 802.1p priority value, bit 9 stands for remarking local precedence. 11 mqc car yellow action If one of the last 10 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that yellow action is supported and the mask is the same as that for green action. 12 mqc car red action If one of the last 10 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that red action is supported and the mask is the same as that for green action. 13 aggregative car green action If one of the last 10 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that green action is supported. bit 0 stands for continuing, bit 1 stands for dropping, bit 2 stands for transmitting, bit 3 stands for remarking IP precedence, bit 4 stands for remarking DSCP, bit 5 stands for remarking MPLS-EXP, bit 6 stands for remarking CLP bit of ATM, bit 7 stands for remarking DE bit of FR, bit 8 stands for remarking 802.1p priority value, bit 9 stands for remarking local precedence. 14 aggregative car yellow action If one of the last 10 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that yellow action is supported and the mask is the same as that for green action. 15 aggregative car red action If one of the last 10 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that red action is supported and the mask is the same as that for green action. 16 hierarchy car green action If one of the last 10 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that green action is supported. bit 0 stands for continuing, bit 1 stands for dropping, bit 2 stands for transmitting, bit 3 stands for remarking IP precedence, bit 4 stands for remarking DSCP, bit 5 stands for remarking MPLS-EXP, bit 6 stands for remarking CLP bit of ATM, bit 7 stands for remarking DE bit of FR, bit 8 stands for remarking 802.1p priority value, bit 9 stands for remarking local precedence. 17 hierarchy car yellow action If one of the last 10 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that yellow action is supported and the mask is the same as that for green action. 18 hierarchy car red action If one of the last 10 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that red action is supported and the mask is the same as that for green action. 19 lower limit of cir The lower limit value of committed information rate(integer). 20 upper limit of cir The upper limit value of committed information rate(integer). 21 cir granularity The value of committed information rate granularity(integer). 22 lower limit of pir The lower limit value of peak information rate(integer). 23 upper limit of pir The upper limit value of peak information rate(integer). 24 pir granularity The value of peak information rate granularity(integer). 25 lower limit of burst size The lower limit value of burst size(integer). 26 upper limit of burst size The upper limit value of burst size(integer). 27 burst size granularity The value of burst size granularity(integer). 28 default burst size The default value of burst size(integer). 29 lower limit of excess burst size The lower limit value of excess burst size(integer). 30 upper limit of excess burst size The upper limit value of excess burst size(integer). 31 excess burst size granularity The value of excess burst size granularity(integer). 32 default excess burst size The default value of excess burst size(integer). 33 green packet statistics If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that counting of green packets is supported. bit 0 stands for counting by packet. bit 1 stands for counting by byte. 34 red packet statistics If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that counting of red packets is supported. bit 0 stands for counting by packet. bit 1 stands for counting by byte. 35 yellow packet statistics If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that counting of yellow packets is supported. bit 0 stands for counting by packet. bit 1 stands for counting by byte. 36 if car direction If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the direction type is supported. bit 0 stands for inbound, bit 1 stands for outbound. 37 if car match type If one of the last 4 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the match type is supported. bit 0 stands for matching any packets, bit 1 stands for matching IPv4 ACL, bit 2 stands for matching IPv6 ACL, bit 3 stands for matching CAR list. 38 if car match ACL type If one of the last 6 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that ACL types are supported. bit 0 stands for matching IPv4 basic ACL, bit 1 stands for matching IPv4 advance ACL, bit 2 stands for matching MAC ACL, bit 3 stands for matching user ACL, bit 4 stands for matching IPv6 basic ACL, bit 5 stands for matching IPv6 advance ACL. 39 if car green action If one of the last 10 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that green action is supported. bit 0 stands for continuing, bit 1 stands for dropping, bit 2 stands for transmitting, bit 3 stands for remarking IP precedence, bit 4 stands for remarking DSCP, bit 5 stands for remarking MPLS-EXP, bit 6 stands for remarking CLP bit of ATM, bit 7 stands for remarking DE bit of FR, bit 8 stands for remarking 802.1p priority value, bit 9 stands for remarking local precedence. 40 if car yellow action If one of the last 10 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that yellow action is supported and the mask is the same as that for green action. 41 if car red action If one of the last 10 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that red action is supported and the mask is the same as that for green action. 42 car list 1, if supported. 43 car list MPLS-EXP 1, if supported. 44 car list min IP mask length The minimum length of IP mask (integer). gts module: Index Characteristic Value 1 gts function 1, if supported. 2 if gts If one of the last 4 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the GTS on interface is supported, bit 0 stands for matching any, bit 1 stands for matching IPv4 ACL, bit 2 stands for matching IPv6 ACL, bit 3 stands for matching queue. 3 if gts token If one of the last 3 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the interface GTS token is supported, bit 0 stands for burst size, bit 1 stands for excess burst size, bit 2 stands for peak information rate. 4 if gts queue length 1, if supported. 5 if gts match acl type If one of the last 6 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that ACL types are supported, bit 0 stands for IPv4 basic ACL, bit 1 stands for IPv4 advanced ACL, bit 2 stands for MAC ACL, bit 3 stands for user ACL, bit 4 stands for IPv6 basic ACL, bit 5 stands for IPv6 advanced ACL. 6 if gts queue number The queue number of GTS(integer). 7 mqc gts If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that GTS configuration for behavior is supported. bit 0 stands for absolute GTS, bit 1 stands for percent GTS. 8 mqc gts token If one of the last 3 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the behavior GTS token is supported, bit 0 stands for burst size, bit 1 stands for excess burst size, bit 2 stands for peak information rate. 9 mqc gts queue length 1, if supported. 10 lower limit of cir The lower limit value of committed information rate(integer). 11 upper limit of cir The upper limit value of committed information rate(integer). 12 cir granularity The value of committed information rate granularity(integer). 13 lower limit of pir The lower limit value of peak information rate(integer). 14 upper limit of pir The upper limit value of peak information rate(integer). 15 pir granularity The value of peak information rate granularity(integer). 16 lower limit of burst size The lower limit value of burst size(integer). 17 upper limit of burst size The upper limit value of burst size(integer). 18 burst size granularity The value of burst size granularity(integer). 19 lower limit of excess burst size The lower limit value of excess burst size(integer). 20 upper limit of excess burst size The upper limit value of excess burst size(integer). 21 excess burst size granularity The value of excess burst size granularity(integer). 22 lower limit of queue length The lower limit value of queue length(integer). 23 upper limit of queue length The upper limit value of queue length(integer). 24 default queue length The default length of queue(integer). 25 transmission statistics If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the counting of transmission traffic is supported, bit 0 stands for counting by packet, bit 1 stands for counting by byte. 26 delay statistics If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the counting of delay traffic is supported, bit 0 stands for counting by packet, bit 1 stands for counting by byte. 27 drop statistics If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the counting of drop traffic is supported, bit 0 stands for counting by packet, bit 1 stands for counting by byte. lr module: Index Characteristic Value 1 lr function 1, if supported. 2 lr token If one of the last 3 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the rate limit token is supported, bit 0 stands for burst size, bit 1 stands for excess burst size, bit 2 stands for peak information rate. 3 lr direction If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the direction type is supported, bit 0 stands for inbound direction, bit 1 stands for outbound direction. 4 transmission statistics If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the counting of transmission traffic is supported, bit 0 stands for counting by packet, bit 1 stands for counting by byte. 5 delay statistics If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the counting of delay traffic is supported, bit 0 stands for counting by packet, bit 1 stands for counting by byte. 6 drop statistics If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the counting of drop traffic is supported, bit 0 stands for counting by packet, bit 1 stands for counting by byte. hardware queue module: Index Characteristic Value 1 hardware queue management function 1, if supported. 2 sp port type If one of the last 8 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the SP on port is supported, bit 0 stands for Layer 2 Ethernet port, bit 1 stands for Layer 3 Ethernet port, bit 2 stands for POS port, bit 3 stands for ATM port, bit 4 stands for serial port, bit 5 stands for mesh port, bit 6 stands for MFR port, bit 7 stands for RPR port. 3 wrr port type If one of the last 8 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the WRR on port is supported, bit 0 stands for Layer 2 Ethernet port, bit 1 stands for Layer 3 Ethernet port, bit 2 stands for POS port, bit 3 stands for ATM port, bit 4 stands for serial port, bit 5 stands for mesh port, bit 6 stands for MFR port, bit 7 stands for RPR port. 4 wfq port type If one of the last 8 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the WFQ on port is supported, bit 0 stands for Layer 2 Ethernet port, bit 1 stands for Layer 3 Ethernet port, bit 2 stands for POS port, bit 3 stands for ATM port, bit 4 stands for serial port, bit 5 stands for mesh port, bit 6 stands for MFR port, bit 7 stands for RPR port. 5 wrr max group id The max group ID of WRR. If it is not set to 0, it indicates that WRR group is supported(integer). 6 wrr unit If one of the last 4 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the WRR unit type is supported, bit 0 stands for weight, bit 1 stands for byte count, bit 2 stands for bandwidth, bit 3 stands for percent. 7 lower limit of wrr weight The lower limit value of WRR weight (integer). 8 upper limit of wrr weight The upper limit value of WRR weight (integer). 9 lower limit of wrr byte The lower limit value of WRR byte (integer). 10 upper limit of wrr byte The upper limit value of WRR byte (integer). 11 wfq max group id The max group ID of WFQ. If it is not set to 0, it indicates that WFQ group is supported(integer). 12 wfq unit If one of the last 4 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the WFQ unit type is supported, bit 0 stands for weight, bit 1 stands for byte count, bit 2 stands for bandwidth, bit 3 stands for percent. 13 lower limit of wfq weight The lower limit value of WFQ weight (integer). 14 upper limit of wfq weight The upper limit value of WFQ weight (integer). 15 lower limit of wfq byte The lower limit value of WFQ byte (integer). 16 upper limit of wfq byte The upper limit value of WFQ byte (integer). 17 lower limit of bandwidth The lower limit value of bandwidth(integer). 18 profile port type If one of the last 8 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the HQ profile on port is supported, bit 0 stands for Layer 2 Ethernet port, bit 1 stands for Layer 3 Ethernet port, bit 2 stands for POS port, bit 3 stands for ATM port, bit 4 stands for serial port, bit 5 stands for mesh port, bit 6 stands for MFR port, bit 7 stands for RPR port. 19 profile queue mode If one of the last 3 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the HQ profile mode is supported, bit 0 stands for SP, bit 1 stands for WRR, bit 2 stands for WFQ. 20 profile default queue mode If one of the last 3 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the HQ profile default mode is supported, bit 0 stands for SP, bit 1 stands for WRR, bit 2 stands for WFQ. 21 profile max queue number The max number of profile queue(integer). 22 profile max wrr group id The max value of profile WRR group ID. If it is not set to 0, it indicates that profile WRR group is supported(integer). 23 lower limit of profile wrr weight The lower limit value of profile WRR weight(integer). 24 upper limit of profile wrr weight The upper limit value of profile WRR weight(integer). 25 lower limit of profile wfq weight The lower limit value of profile WFQ weight(integer). 26 upper limit of profile wfq weight The upper limit value of profile WFQ weight(integer). 27 low latency 1, if supported. software queue module: Index Characteristic Value 1 software queue function 1, if supported. 2 software queue type If one of the last 4 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the software queue is supported, bit 0 stands for FIFO, bit 1 stands for WFQ, bit 2 stands for CBQ, bit 3 stands for RTPQ. 3 wfq default queue number The default number of WFQ queues(integer). 4 wfq max queue number The max number of WFQ queues(integer). 5 classifier-behaviour wfq 1, if supported. 6 classifier-behaviour queue PCT 1, if supported. 7 min CBS ratio The min ratio of burst size(integer). 8 max CBS ratio The max ratio of burst size(integer). 9 classifier-behaviour queue PIR 1, if supported. 10 queue max length The max length of queue(integer). 11 queue min bandwidth The min bandwidth of queue(integer). 12 queue max bandwidth The max bandwidth of queue(integer). 13 queue min CBS The min burst size of queue(integer). 14 queue max CBS The max burst size of queue(integer). 15 queue min PIR The min peak information rate of queue(integer). 16 queue max PIR The max peak information rate of queue(integer). 17 queue resequencing 1, if supported. 18 QM token 1, if supported. 19 preclassify 1, if supported. 20 predrop 1, if supported. 21 layer 2 ethernet interface 1, if supported. 22 remain assured forwarding 1, if supported. wred module: Index Characteristic Value 1 wred function 1, if supported. 2 wred if type If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the WRED on interface is supported, bit 0 stands for Layer 2 interface, bit 1 stands for Layer 3 interface. 3 table if type If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the table on interface is supported, bit 0 stands for Layer 2 interface, bit 1 stands for Layer 3 interface. 4 table type If one of the last 3 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the WRED table is supported, bit 0 stands for queue based table, bit 1 stands for IP precedence based table, bit 2 stands for DSCP based table. 5 drop level If one of the last 3 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the WRED drop level is supported, bit 0 stands for green, bit 1 stands for yellow, bit 2 stands for red. 6 queue number The queue number of WRED table(integer). 7 lower limit of min threshold The lower limit value of min threshold(integer). 8 upper limit of min threshold The upper limit value of min threshold(integer) 9 lower limit of max threshold The lower limit value of max threshold(integer). 10 upper limit of max threshold The upper limit value of max threshold(integer) 11 min exponent The min value of exponent(integer). 12 max exponent The max value of exponent(integer). 13 lower limit of discard prob The lower limit value of mark probability denominator(integer). 14 upper limit of discard prob The upper limit value of mark probability denominator(integer). 15 ECN(explicit congestion notification) 1, if supported. 16 default table 1, if supported. 17 mqc wred 1, if supported. priority mapping table module: Index Characteristic Value 1 priority map table function 1, if supported. 2 802.1p map to lp If one of the last 3 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that this map type is supported, bit 0 stands for no direction, bit 1 stands for inbound, bit 2 stands for outbound. 3 802.1p map to dp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 4 exp map to lp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 5 dscp map to lp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 6 exp map to dp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 7 dscp map to dp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 8 dscp map to 802.1p Same as 802.1p map to lp. 9 802.1p map to dscp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 10 dscp map to dscp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 11 dscp map to exp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 12 exp map to dscp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 13 exp map to 802.1p Same as 802.1p map to lp. 14 exp map to exp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 15 lp map to 802.1p Same as 802.1p map to lp. 16 802.1p map to rpr Same as 802.1p map to lp. 17 dscp map to rpr Same as 802.1p map to lp. 18 exp map to rpr Same as 802.1p map to lp. 19 IP precedence map to rpr Same as 802.1p map to lp. 20 up map to dot1p Same as 802.1p map to lp. 21 up map to dscp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 22 up map to exp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 23 up map to dp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 24 up map to lp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 25 up map to rpr Same as 802.1p map to lp. 26 up map to fc Same as 802.1p map to lp. 27 lp map to dscp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 28 dot11e map to lp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 29 lp map to dot11e Same as 802.1p map to lp. 30 lp map to lp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 31 dot1p map to exp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 32 lp map to exp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 33 lp map to dp Same as 802.1p map to lp. 34 up map to up Same as 802.1p map to lp. 35 dot1p map to dot1p Same as 802.1p map to lp. 36 802.1p color map to lp If one of the last 6 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that this map type is supported, bit 0 stands for no direction, bit 1 stands for inbound, bit 2 stands for outbound, bit 3 stands for color green, bit 4 stands for color yellow, bit 5 stands for color red. 37 802.1p color map to dp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 38 exp color map to lp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 39 dscp color map to lp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 40 exp color map to dp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 41 dscp color map to dp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 42 dscp color map to 802.1p Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 43 802.1p color map to dscp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 44 dscp color map to dscp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 45 dscp color map to exp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 46 exp color map to dscp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 47 exp color map to 802.1p Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 48 exp color map to exp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 49 lp color map to 802.1p Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 50 802.1p color map to rpr Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 51 dscp color map to rpr Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 52 exp color map to rpr Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 53 IP precedence color map to rpr Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 54 up color map to dot1p Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 55 up color map to dscp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 56 up color map to exp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 57 up color map to dp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 58 up color map to lp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 59 up color map to rpr Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 60 up color map to fc Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 61 lp color map to dscp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 62 dot11e color map to lp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 63 lp color map to dot11e Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 64 lp color map to lp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 65 dot1p color map to exp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 66 lp color map to exp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 67 lp color map to dp Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 68 up color map to up Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 69 dot1p color map to dot1p Same as 802.1p color map to lp. 70 up to fc export number The export fc number of up map to fc table. 71 behavior map type If one of the last 3 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the pre-primap table for behavior is supported, bit 0 stands for pre-map, bit 1 stands for colored pre-map, bit 2 stands for color-dp. 72 behavior table type 0, if no map table or colored map table is supported, 1, if all map table and colored map table are supported, 2, if only specified colored map table are supported, and the specified colored map table are {dot1p-dot1p, dot1p-dp, dot1p-dscp, dot1p-exp, dot1p-lp, dscp-dot1p, dscp-dp, dscp-dscp, dscp-exp, dscp-lp, exp-dot1p, exp-dp, exp-dscp, exp-exp, exp-lp}. port priority module: Index Characteristic Value 1 port priority function 1, if supported. 2 port priority type If one of the last 6 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the port priority type is supported, bit 0 stands for default, bit 1 stands for dot1p, bit 2 stands for DP, bit 3 stands for DSCP, bit 4 stands for EXP, bit 5 stands for LP. 3 priority trust mode If one of the last 7 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the trust mode is supported, bit 0 stands for untrust, bit 1 stands for dot1p, bit 2 stands for DSCP, bit 3 stands for EXP, bit 4 stands for IP precedence, bit 5 stands for dot11e, bit 6 stands for auto. 4 override 1, if supported. 5 level 3 ethernet 1, if supported. redirect&mirror module: Index Characteristic Value 1 redirect and mirror function 1, if supported. 2 redirect to CPU 1, if supported. 3 redirect and set vlan 1, if supported. 4 redirect interface type If one of the last 15 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the redirect interface type is supported, bit 0 stands for L2Eth, bit 1 stands for L2GE, bit 2 stands for L2XGE, bit 3 stands for L2FGE, bit 4 stands for L2HGE, bit 5 stands for L3Eth, bit 6 stands for L3GE, bit 7 stands for L3XGE, bit 8 stands for L3FGE, bit 9 stands for L3HGE, bit 10 stands for tunnel, bit 11 stands for RAGG, bit 12 stands for BAGG, bit 13 stands for L2TGE, bit 14 stands for L3TGE. 5 mirror to CPU 1, if supported. 6 mirror to vlan 1, if supported. 7 mirror to slave interface 1, if supported. 8 mirror interface type If one of the last 15 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the mirror interface type is supported, bit 0 stands for L2Eth, bit 1 stands for L2GE, bit 2 stands for L2XGE, bit 3 stands for L2FGE, bit 4 stands for L2HGE, bit 5 stands for L3Eth, bit 6 stands for L3GE, bit 7 stands for L3XGE, bit 8 stands for L3FGE, bit 9 stands for L3HGE, bit 10 stands for tunnel, bit 11 stands for RAGG, bit 12 stands for BAGG, bit 13 stands for L2TGE, bit 14 stands for L3TGE. 9 track OAP 1, if supported. mqc module: Index Characteristic Value 1 qos policy function 1, if supported. 2 interface policy If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the interface policy is supported, bit 0 stands for inbound, bit 1 stands for outbound. 3 global policy If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the global policy is supported, bit 0 stands for inbound, bit 1 stands for outbound. 4 vlan policy If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the VLAN policy is supported, bit 0 stands for inbound, bit 1 stands for outbound. 5 copp policy If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the COPP policy is supported, bit 0 stands for inbound, bit 1 stands for outbound. 6 interface type If one of the last 5 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the interface type is supported, bit 0 stands for VT(Virtual-Template), bit 1 stands for tunnel, bit 2 stands for VLAN, bit 3 stands for RAGG, bit 4 stands for BAGG. 7 system predefined 1, if supported. 8 rate statistics 1, if supported. 9 min interval The min interval of rate statistics (integer). 10 max interval The max interval of rate statistics (integer). 11 match not 1, if supported. 12 match any 1, if supported. 13 match acl If one of the last 6 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the ACL type is supported, bit 0 stands for IPv4 basic ACL, bit 1 stands for IPv4 advanced ACL, bit 2 stands for MAC ACL, bit 3 stands for user ACL, bit 4 stands for IPv6 basic ACL, bit 5 stands for IPv6 advanced ACL. 14 match mac 1, if supported. 15 match customer vlan ID If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the match type is supported, bit 0 stands for customer VLAN ID list, bit 1 stands for customer VLAN ID range. 16 match service vlan ID If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the match type is supported, bit 0 stands for service VLAN ID list, bit 1 stands for service VLAN ID range. 17 match customer dot1p 1, if supported. 18 match service dot1p 1, if supported. 19 match dscp 1, if supported. 20 match ip precedence 1, if supported. 21 match protocol If one of the last 4 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the protocol type is supported, bit 0 stands for IPv4 protocol, bit 1 stands for IPv6 protocol, bit 2 stands for bittorrent protocol, bit 3 stands for ARP protocol. 22 match qos local ID 1, if supported. 23 match copp protocol 1, if supported. 24 match copp group If one of the last 7 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the COPP group type is supported, bit 0 stands for critical group, bit 1 stands for important group, bit 2 stands for management group, bit 3 stands for normal group, bit 4 stands for redirect group, bit 5 stands for monitor group, bit 6 stands for exception group. 25 match mpls label 1, if supported. 26 match second mpls label 1, if supported. 27 match mpls exp 1, if supported. 28 match second mpls exp 1, if supported. 29 match forwarding layer If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the forwarding layer is supported, bit 0 stands for bridge, bit 1 stands for route. 30 match input interface 1, if supported. 31 match classifier 1, if supported. 32 match RTP protocol 1, if supported. 33 match packet length 1, if supported. 34 match drop priority 1, if supported. 35 match local precedence 1, if supported. 36 match app-group 1, if supported. 37 account action If it is not set to 0, it indicates that accounting action is supported. 1, if accounting by default method is supported, 2, if accounting by one method of packet and byte is supported, 3, if accounting by neither method or one of packet and byte is supported, 4, if accounting by neither method or one or two of packet and byte is supported. 38 filter action 1, if supported. 39 nest topmost vlan tag If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the nest action is supported, bit 0 stands for nest VLAN ID, bit 1 stands for nest VLAN ID and COS. 40 remark action If one of the last 10 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the remark action is supported, bit 0 stands for DSCP, bit 1 stands for IP precedence, bit 2 stands for MPLS-EXP, bit 3 stands for dot1p, bit 4 stands for QoS local ID, bit 5 stands for local precedence, bit 6 stands for drop precedence, bit 7 stands for customer VLAN ID, bit 8 stands for service VLAN ID, bit 9 stands for customer dot1p trust. 41 green packets remark action If one of the last 10 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the green packets remark action is supported and the mask is the same as that for remark action. 42 yellow remark action If one of the last 10 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the yellow packets remark action is supported and the mask is the same as that for remark action. 43 red remark action If one of the last 10 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the red packets remark action is supported and the mask is the same as that for remark action. 44 nest policy action 1, if supported. 45 classifier-behavior mode type If one of the last 6 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the classifier-behavior mode type is supported, bit 0 stands for none, bit 1 stands for dot1q-tag-manipulation mode, bit 2 stands for QPPB mode, bit 3 stands for IP-source-guard mode, bit 4 stands for voice-VLAN mode, bit 5 stands for DCBX mode. 46 classifier-behavior statistics unit If one of the last 2 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the classifier-behavior statistics unit is supported, bit 0 stands for packet, bit 1 stands for byte. queue statistic module: Index Characteristic Value 1 queue statistic function 1, if supported. 2 TC counter 1, if supported. 3 port queue statistic 1, if supported. 4 queue global function 1, if supported. 5 TC parameter If one of the last 4 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the TC parameter is supported, bit 0 stands for interface, bit 1 stands for VLAN, bit 2 stands for local precedence, bit 3 stands for drop precedence.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Unsigned32  

hh3cQoSIfCapabilityTable 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1.3
A table of interface capability of QoS.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  SEQUENCE OF  
    Hh3cQoSIfCapabilityEntry

hh3cQoSIfCapabilityEntry 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1.3.1
Capability of interface QoS information entry.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Hh3cQoSIfCapabilityEntry  

hh3cQoSIfCapIfIndex 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1.3.1.1
The interface index of interface capability of QoS.
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  Integer32 0..2147483647  

hh3cQoSIfCapModuleIndex 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1.3.1.2
The module index of interface capability of QoS. QoS module: Index Characteristic 1 car module 2 gts module 3 lr module 4 hardware queue module 5 software queue module 6 wred module 7 priority mapping table module 8 port priority module 9 redirect&mirror module 10 mqc module 11 queue statistic module
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  Integer32 1..2147483647  

hh3cQoSIfCapCharacteristicsIndex 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1.3.1.3
The interface capability characteristics index of modules of QoS.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  Integer32 1..2147483647  

hh3cQoSIfCapCharacteristicsValue 1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.7.1.1.1.3.1.4
The interface capability characteristics value of modules of QoS. car module: Index Characteristic Value 1 car function 1, if supported. 2 interface min cir The min value of interface committed information rate(integer). 3 interface max cir The max value of interface committed information rate(integer). 4 interface cir granularity The value of interface committed information rate granularity(integer). 5 interface min cbs The min value of interface burst size(integer). 6 interface max cbs The max value of interface burst size(integer). 7 interface cbs granularity The value of interface burst size granularity(integer). 8 interface min ebs The min value of interface exess burst size(integer). 9 interface max ebs The max value of interface exess burst size(integer). 10 interface ebs granularity The value of interface exess burst size granularity(integer). 11 interface min pir The min value of interface peak information rate(integer). 12 interface max pir The max value of interface peak information rate(integer). 13 interface pir granularity The value of interface peak information rate granularity(integer). gts module: Index Characteristic Value 1 gts function 1, if supported. 2 interface min cir The min value of interface committed information rate(integer). 3 interface max cir The max value of interface committed information rate(integer). 4 interface cir granularity The value of interface committed information rate granularity(integer). 5 interface min cbs The min value of interface burst size(integer). 6 interface max cbs The max value of interface burst size(integer). 7 interface cbs granularity The value of interface burst size granularity(integer). 8 interface min ebs The min value of interface excess burst size(integer). 9 interface max ebs The max value of interface excess burst size(integer). 10 interface ebs granularity The value of interface excess burst size granularity(integer). 11 interface min pir The min value of interface peak information rate(integer). 12 interface max pir The max value of interface peak information rate(integer). 13 interface pir granularity The value of interface peak information rate granularity(integer). lr module: Index Characteristic Value 1 lr function 1, if supported. 2 interface min cir The min value of interface committed information rate(integer). 3 interface max cir The max value of interface committed information rate(integer). 4 interface cir granularity The value of interface committed information rate granularity(integer). 5 interface min cbs The min value of interface burst size(integer). 6 interface max cbs The max value of interface burst size(integer). 7 interface cbs granularity The value of interface burst size granularity(integer). 8 interface min ebs The min value of interface excess burst size(integer). 9 interface max ebs The max value of interface excess burst size(integer). 10 interface ebs granularity The value of interface excess burst size granularity(integer). 11 interface min pir The min value of interface peak information rate(integer). 12 interface max pir The max value of interface peak information rate(integer). 13 interface pir granularity The value of interface peak information rate granularity(integer). hardware queue module: Index Characteristic Value 1 hardware queue management function 1, if supported. 2 hardware queue default mode If one of the last 3 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that default mode type is supported, bit 0 stands for SP mode, bit 1 stands for WRR mode, bit 2 stands for WFQ mode. 3 hardware queue mode If one of the last 3 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that mode type is supported, bit 0 stands for SP mode, bit 1 stands for WRR mode, bit 2 stands for WFQ mode. 4 wrr default unit If one of the last 4 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that WRR default unit type is supported, bit 0 stands for weight, bit 1 stands for byte count, bit 2 stands for bandwidth, bit 3 stands for percent. 5 wfq default unit If one of the last 4 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that WFQ default unit type is supported, bit 0 stands for weight, bit 1 stands for byte count, bit 2 stands for bandwidth, bit 3 stands for percent. 6 queue max number The max queue number(integer). software queue module: Index Characteristic Value 1 software queue function 1, if supported. 2 FIFO function 1, if supported. 3 FIFO default queue length The default length of FIFO queue(integer). 4 FIFO max queue length The max length of FIFO queue(integer). port priority module: Index Characteristic Value 1 port priority function 1, if supported. 2 port priority type If one of the last 6 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the priority on interface is supported. bit 0 stands for default, bit 1 stands for dot1p, bit 2 stands for DP, bit 3 stands for DSCP, bit 4 stands for EXP, bit 5 stands for LP. 3 priority trust mode If one of the last 7 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the priority trust on interface is supported. bit 0 stands for untrust, bit 1 stands for dot1p, bit 2 stands for DSCP, bit 3 stands for EXP, bit 4 stands for IP precedence, bit 5 stands for dot11e, bit 6 stands for auto. 4 default priority trust mode The default value of port priority trust type. If one of the last 7 bits of this object is set to 1, it indicates that the default priority trust type on interface is supported. bit 0 stands for untrust, bit 1 stands for dot1p, bit 2 stands for DSCP, bit 3 stands for EXP, bit 4 stands for IP precedence, bit 5 stands for dot11e, bit 6 stands for auto. 5 override 1, if supported.
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  Unsigned32