I want to know if I can limit the bandwidth to a PC that's connected via a VoIP phone.
For example: The 4510 switch port is 10/100/1000. I want to limit the PC to a max of 100meg, and leave the rest for voice traffic. Can this be done in the phone configuration on a 7965 for instance? Or would I have to do it on the switch.
This is in the design phase so any suggestions/examples are greatly apprecitated!
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