This standard specifies procedures and managed objects for Quality of Service (QoS) features specified in IEEE Std 802.1Q, such as per-stream filtering and policing, queuing, transmission selection, flow control and preemption, in a network system which is not a bridge.
IEEE Std 802.1Q specifies Quality of Service (QoS) features for bridges. These features are perfectly applicable to other devices, e.g. end stations, routers, or firewall appliances. In IEEE Std 802.1Q, the specifications of these features are scattered, and coupled tightly to the operation of a bridge. There is a need for simple reference points to these QoS specifications that are usable for non-bridge systems, and for managed objects for these features that are not specific to bridges.
|Status||Working Group ballot|
|Current Draft||D2.0 (January, 2023)|
|PAR & CSD||Full title: Draft Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks: Quality of Service Provision by Network Systems|
PAR (Approved: 14 May 2018; Expires: 31 Dec 2022)
|11 Jan 2023||802.1DC Draft 2.0|
|10 Jan 2023||802.1DC Draft 1.4 final comment disposition|
|16 Sep 2022||802.1DC Draft 1.4|
|06 Sep 2022||802.1DC Draft 1.3|
|09 Mar 2022||802.1DC Draft 1.2 final comment disposition|
|31 Jan 2022||802.1DC Draft 1.2|
|18 Oct 2019||802.1DC Draft 1.1|
|10 Sep 2019||802.1DC Draft 1.0 final comment disposition|
|10 Jul 2019||802.1DC Draft 1.0|
|16 Jan 2019||802.1DC Draft 0.1|
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