How can I limit the bandwidth for H.323 traffic per link. The GK is the MCM on a 3620. No proxy is used due to the limiting behaviour on the number of simultaneous calls.
HQ1 is linked to HQ2 with a T3 of which 5Mb may be used for H.323. HQ1 also has a 6MB link to Branch1. (up to 2MB may be used for H.323). Branch1 has a 2MB link to Reg1 of which max. 1MB may be used for H.323.
Each site has (or can have) its own GK. If I use the bandwidth remote or interzone statement I limit the aggregated bandwidth to other zones, but I cannot prevent oversubscribing of a certain link! (for Reg1, this is OK as the link with Branch1 is the only link to remote zones and is the lowest in useable bandwidth).
How can I make sure that H.323 is not using more bandwidth and oversubscribing the link or using more that it was supposed to?
As of IOS 12.1.5(3) version of MCM, you have the ability to create sub-zones in a single gatekeeper. You can then set each physical location as a separate subzone and create differing b/w policies to each zone. This will give you enough control granularity to maintain different policies to different sites with different WAN b/w availability
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.