priority-list — global
value level port-type portno priority-list
value level port-type portpriority-list
high-limit medium-limit normal-limit low-limitno priority-list
Priority lists for priority traffic queuing
priority-list command is a set of three related commands that are used to construct a list. A priority list is a set of four queues, one for each of four priority
low. Each queue has its own capacity (in packets); the queue sizes are set using
priority-list queue-limit, although I recommend that you don’t modify the default queue sizes. The
priority-list protocol version of the command assigns packets to a queue based on their protocols and, optionally, their ports. The
priority-queue default command assigns a queue to all packets that aren’t explicitly assigned to a queue (i.e., all packets not associated with a protocol and port specified with the
priority-list protocol command).
Once you have created a priority list, use the
priority-group command to apply a priority list to an interface. The queues in the list are then used for all traffic going out the interface. The parameters for these commands are:
The number of the priority list you are configuring; it can be a value from 1 to 10.
The protocol to prioritize. ...