This article explains the rules and provide some examples on how to define a Traffic Class Filter, in order to prevent specific QoS's to be displayed under QoS Manager after running a QoS discovery.
Release : Any supported Spectrum version.
Let's consider the contents of the following screenshot for reference:
We can see in the above image that the parent name ("system-cpp-policy_QOS_Policy") is the prefix for all the child items displayed in the QoS tree.
In the OneClick view, we are prefixing with the parent name "system-cpp-policy_QoS_Policy" for every child... But when discovering the QoS, we receive only the child names.
So, basically we CANNOT refer to the parent name/prefix when creating a Traffic Class Filter. But only to the suffixes (displayed in green).
Example 1: Preventing the "system-cpp-policy_Qos_Policy_system-cpp-default_Class" to be discovered/displayed.
Here we have the following structure:
system-cpp-policy_Qos_Policy -> Prefix
system-cpp-default_Class -> Suffix
The Traffic Class Type must be defined as "exclusive".
The filter to be configured should be :
Example 2 - Preventing a single QOS (system-cpp-policy_QoS_Policy_system-cpp-default_Sim37552:S10057P0ED1.xxx.com) to be displayed:
The following 2 filters could be used: