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Huawei ONT Bandwidth Configure

How to Change Huawei ONT Bandwidth in a service port ?

Today i will show you how to Huawei ONT Bandwidth configure. If you want to increase/decrease BW a specific client/ONT user then you can easily do it by Traffic table. At first login your OLT, then show traffic table index number from your traffic table by bellow command…..

Huawei-OLT#display traffic table ip from-index 0

Look like bellow format:



From traffic table we found TID 6 is configured 1 Mbps traffic policy, which we make before. Now we apply it in a service port 426 that is 512 Kbps assigned now.

Present status:

Traffic Table before

Traffic Table before

Now we apply bellow command.

Huawei-OLT(config)#service-port 426 inbound traffic-table index 6 outbound traffic-table index 6

Traffic table change command / Change Huawei ONT Bandwidth

Traffic table change command / Change Huawei ONT Bandwidth

After Change Traffic table:

Traffic Table after

Traffic Table after

Here we found yellow marked area changed & assign 1Mbps BW.



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Huawei ONT Bandwidth Configure was last modified: January 27th, 2017 by Shahed



3 Responses to Huawei ONT Bandwidth Configure

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  2. nokie says:

    hello, I tried switching to different index, the download speed change but the upload change remain the same.

    why is that? i set them both inbound and outbound on the same index.

    please assist thank you!

  3. Cayetano says:

    I have a problem with my OLT a think the problem is in the dba-profile. When I try to connect using U2000 a new ONT give me an error (the bandwith is inneficient).

    Can I help me?

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