This is a short guide on how to configure and verify QOS Weighted Fair Queuing on the Nexus 1000V.
This feature will only work with ESX 4.1 as we make use of Network I/O Control that was introduced by VMware in ESX 4.1
This feature allows you to create a QOS policy based off common VMware ESX traffic. From that policy you can then allocate a bandwidth percentage to that traffic class. It's very easy to setup and apply.
Requirements and Assumptions
Installed VMware VC 4.1
Installed Cisco Nexus 1000V 1.4 on an ESX VM in HA mode
At least 1ESX/ESXi4.1 box with VEM module already loaded
Created a Nexus 1000V Distributed Virtual Switch(DVS) under vCenter
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