This section describes how to configure a DSCP value for Telnet/SSH packets.
A device can send multiple types of protocol packets, such as NETCONF, Telnet, and SSH packets. You can run the host-packet type command to uniformly configure a DSCP value for the protocol packets. If a large number of protocol packets with the same DSCP value are sent, network congestion may occur. To address this issue, configure different DSCP values for the packets.
The system view is displayed.
A DSCP value is configured for the SSH packets sent by a client.
A DSCP value is configured for the Telnet packets sent by a client.
A DSCP value is configured for the SSH packets sent by a server.
A DSCP value is configured for the Telnet packets sent by a server.
The configuration is committed.
Run the display current-configuration command to check the configured DSCP value.
<HUAWEI> system-view [~HUAWEI] display current-configuration include-default | include dscp Info: It will take a long time if the content you search is too much or the string you input is too long, you can press CTRL_C to break. telnet server dscp 10 telnet client dscp 10 ssh server dscp 10 ssh client dscp 10