Hierarchical class of service (HCoS) is the ability to apply traffic schedulers and shapers to a hierarchy of scheduler nodes. Each level of the scheduler hierarchy can be used to shape traffic based on different criteria such as application, user, VLAN, and physical port.
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This article provides answers to some common questions about hierarchical class of service (HCoS):
- What is hierarchical class of service (HCoS)?
- How do I build a scheduler hierarchy?
- How do I configure scheduling modes?
- How do I associate dynamically configured CoS feature with a subscriber interface, and improve CoS p...
- How do I configure the interface set of subscribers in a dynamic profile?
- Is link protection required for IP or demux subscriber interfaces?
- How do I configure targeted distribution for demux subscribers?
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