manual: Include QoS chapter and add osmo-pcu specific example

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Requires: osmo-gsm-manuals.git Id344c29eda2a9b3e36376302b425e9db1f6c0f28
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Harald Welte 2 years ago
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      doc/manuals/chapters/qos-example.adoc
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      doc/manuals/osmopcu-usermanual.adoc

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==== Full example of QoS for osmo-pcu uplink QoS
In the below example we will show the full set of configuration required
for both DSCP and PCP differentiation of uplink Gb traffic by osmo-pcu.
What we want to achieve in this example is the following configuration:
.DSCP and PCP assignments for osmo-bts uplink traffic in this example
[options="header",width="30%",cols="2,1,1"]
|===
|Traffic |DSCP|PCP
|Gb (NS) | 10| 1
|===
. configure the osmocom program to set the DSCP value
* osmo-pcu.cfg: `dscp 10` in `udp bind` vty node
. configure an egrees QoS map to map from priority to PCP
.Example Step 1: add related VTY configuration to `osmo-pcu.cfg`
----
...
pcu
gb ip-dscp 10
gb socket-priority 1
...
----
.Example Step 2: egress QoS map to map from DSCP values to priority values
----
$ sudo ip link set dev eth0.9<1> type vlan egress-qos-map 0:0 1:1 5:5 6:6 7:7 <2>
----
<1> make sure to specify your specific VLAN interface name here instead of `eth0.9`.
<2> create a egress QoS map that maps the priority value 1:1 to the PCP. We also
include the mappings for 5, 6, and 7 from the osmo-bts example here (see
<<userman-osmobts>>).
NOTE:: The settings of the `ip` command are volatile and only active until
the next reboot (or the network device or VLAN is removed). Please refer to
the documentation of your specific Linux distribution in order to find out how
to make such settings persistent by means of an `ifup` hook whenever the interface
comes up. For CentOS/RHEL 8 this can e.g. be achieved by means of an `/sbin/ifup-local
script` (when using `network-scripts` and not NetworkManager). For Debian or Ubuntu,
this typically involves adding `up` lines to `/etc/network/interfaces` or a `/etc/network/if-up.d`
script.

@ -21,6 +21,8 @@ include::{srcdir}/chapters/counters.adoc[]
include::./common/chapters/gb.adoc[]
include::./common/chapters/qos-dscp-pcp.adoc[]
include::./common/chapters/vty_cpu_sched.adoc[]
include::./common/chapters/port_numbers.adoc[]

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