I don't have a lot of information but here goes. There is a situation where there are 2 offices connected by point to point circuit at 1.5Mbps. The IP PBX there kicks out a ton of constant multicast traffic whene Music on Hold is enabled. This multicast traffic is ALWAYS on, even when no one is using MOH (stinks right?). This is a 3Com NBX 100 system. There is a 2811 on each side of the P2P link. Just in general, are there ways of limiting the amount of bandwidth that can be used by Multicast traffic over the WAN? I know we are going to have to do general QoS for the system to work but I want to limit the amount a bandwidth used by MOH across the WAN as well. Possible?
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