TCP/IP Traffic Shaping/Scheduling

Updated: January 7, 2009

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

Traffic shaping determines prioritization of traffic classes. By assigning different resources (bandwidth) to different traffic classes, the system can better respond to critical service requests.

Events

Event ID Source Message

14100

tcpip

QoS [Adapter %2]:
The BestEffortLimit value set in the registry exceeds the LinkSpeed. Defaulting to Unlimited BestEffort.

14101

tcpip

QoS [Adapter %2]:
The network adapter driver failed the query for OID_GEN_MAXIMUM_FRAME_SIZE.

14102

tcpip

QoS [Adapter %2]:
The network adapter driver failed the query for OID_GEN_MAXIMUM_TOTAL_SIZE.

14103

tcpip

QoS [Adapter %2]:
The network adapter driver failed the query for OID_GEN_LINK_SPEED.

14104

tcpip

QoS [Adapter %2]:
The Packet Scheduler failed to bind to the network adapter's miniport driver.

14105

tcpip

QoS [Adapter %2]:
The UpperBindings key is missing from the registry.

14106

tcpip

QoS [Adapter %2]:
The Packet Scheduler was unable to register with the NDISWAN Call Manager.

14107

tcpip

QoS [Adapter %2]:
The Packet Scheduler could not initialize the virtual miniport with NDIS.

14108

tcpip

QoS [Adapter %2]:
The Packet Scheduler could not obtain the network adapter's friendly name from NDIS.

14109

tcpip

QoS [Adapter %2]:
The registry entry for BestEffortLimit is not supported over WAN links. Defaulting to Unlimited BestEffort mode.

14110

tcpip

QoS [Adapter %2]:
Could not initialize due to insufficient non-paged pool memory.

14111

tcpip

QoS [Adapter %2]:
Total bandwidth allocated to flows exceeds the NonBestEffortLimit. This is because of a reduction in the LinkSpeed or because of a change to the NonBestEffortLimit registry key.

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