The full name of pfc is priority flow control. This command defines pfc works on the specified code point. 

Note:  Lag interface doesn't support pfc, but it supports flow control now. If lag interface has enabled flow control, and its member port has enabled pfc, pfc is valid and flow control is invalid on this member port because pfc has higher priority than flow control.

Command Syntax

set class-of–service pfc-profile <profile-name> code-point <code-point> drop <boolean>
delete class-of–service pfc-profile <profile-name> code-point <code-point> drop

Parameter

Example

 • This example creates a pfc profile without any code point configuration. The default is that pfc is enabled on 0~7 code point.

admin@XorPlus# set class-of-service pfc-profile pfc1
admin@XorPlus# set class-of-service interface ge-1/1/1 pfc-profile pfc1
admin@XorPlus# commit
Commit OK.
Save done.
admin@XorPlus# run show class-of-service interface ge-1/1/1
Interface : ge-1/1/1
802.1P         Priority Flow Control
-----------    ---------------------
0              true              
1              true              
2              true              
3              true              
4              true              
5              true              
6              true              
7              true              
trust mode : no-trust
Default ieee-802.1 : 0
Default dscp : 0
Default inet-precedence : 0
Local-priority   Queue-Schedule           Code-points
--------------   --------------------------   ------------------------------
0                SP,0kbps                                               
1                SP,0kbps                                               
2                SP,0kbps                                               
3                SP,0kbps                                               
4                SP,0kbps                                               
5                SP,0kbps                                               
6                SP,0kbps                                               
7                SP,0kbps                                               
 

 

• This example creates a pfc profile with code point 2 drop true.

admin@XorPlus# set class-of-service pfc-profile pfc2 code-point 2 drop true
admin@XorPlus# set class-of-service pfc-profile pfc2 code-point 4 drop true
admin@XorPlus# set class-of-service interface ge-1/1/2 pfc-profile pfc2
admin@XorPlus# commit
Commit OK.
Save done.

admin@XorPlus# run show class-of-service interface ge-1/1/2
Interface : ge-1/1/2
802.1P         Priority Flow Control
-----------    ---------------------
0              true              
1              true              
2              false             
3              true              
4              false             
5              true              
6              true              
7              true              
trust mode : no-trust
Default ieee-802.1 : 0
Default dscp : 0
Default inet-precedence : 0
Local-priority   Queue-Schedule           Code-points
--------------   --------------------------   ------------------------------
0                SP,0kbps                                               
1                SP,0kbps                                               
2                SP,0kbps                                               
3                SP,0kbps                                               
4                SP,0kbps                                               
5                SP,0kbps                                               
6                SP,0kbps                                               
7                SP,0kbps