We have an ASA 5505 and Cisco 1240AG wireless Access points. We have the internal LAN, and a public and Private Wireless networks on different Vlans. The organization is an arena so at times we have a lot of people on the public wireless. When this happens the internet connection drops to a crawl for everyone. Is there any way of limiting the bandwidth between Vlans. Whether by specific amount or even perhaps guaratntting a min amount for the LAN.
We don't have a WLC but all the traffic does go through the ASA. We have a 50M wan connection but when the stadium fills up all the people on the public WIFI the rest of the organization cannot barely use the internet so I need to find a way of either limiting how much the wireless VLAN gets or even guaranteeing a min amount to the LAN VLAN. IS this possible and if so how can I do it?
This is only going to limit outbound traffic and while you can limit inbound (from the ISP) the data has already been received and thus used bandwidth. it would though force TCP connections to throttle back, but with enough users all trying to do something, a service-policy policing traffic may not work as well as you expect.
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This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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