I am having a hard time understanding how the remaining percent bandwidth calculations take place.
From an answer in the 642-845 ONT book CD I am told the following.
The Bulk class has been allocated 20% of the remaining bandwidth, after allocating 20% to the Priority queue, 5% to Signaling and 40% to Transactional. 20% of the remaining 26Mbs is 5Mbs.
This is a FastEthernet interface, so it is 100Mbs with 75% available by default.
I calculate the bandwidth as follows:
Can someone explain to me what I am missing. There are no solid examples of this in the book using real numbers. Obviously 26 != 34 and 7 != 5.