OS10 Enterprise Edition User Guide Release 10.4.0E(R3)


lldp med network-policy

Manually defines an LLDP-MED network policy.

lldp-med network-policy number app {voice | voice-signaling | guest-voice | guestvoice-signaling | softphone-voice | streaming-video | video-conferencing | video-signaling} {vlan vlan-id vlan-type {tag | untag} priority priority dscp dscp value}
  • number — Enter a network policy index number (1 to 32).
  • app — Enter the type of the applications available for the network policy:
    • voice — Voice network-policy application.
    • voice-signaling — Voice-signaling network-policy application.
    • guest-voice — Guest voice network-policy application.
    • guestvoice-signaling — Guest voice signaling network policy application.
    • softphone-voice — SoftPhone voice network policy application.
    • streaming-video — Streaming video network-policy application.
    • video-conferencing — Voice conference network-policy application.
    • video-signaling — Video signaling network-policy application.
  • vlan vlan-id — Enter the VLAN number for the selected application (1 to 4093).
  • vlan-type — Enter the type of VLAN the application is using.
  • tag — Enter a tagged VLAN number.
  • untag — Enter an untagged VLAN number.
  • priority priority — Enter the user priority set for the application.
  • dscp dscp value — Enter the DSCP value set for the application.
Not configured
Command Mode
Usage Information
You can create up to 32 network policies and attach the LLDP-MED network policies to a port.
OS10(config)# lldp med network-policy 10 app voice vlan 10 vlan-type tag priority 2 dscp 1
Supported Releases
10.2.0E or later

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