How do I share bandwidth on a single physical line using Frame Relay?
I am trying to show that frame relay has the ability to split the bandwidth among two sites/user on a single physical line, but I'm not exactly sure how to configure it. Can anyone provide any assistance, whether it is configuration file or a helpful resource. Thank you. I greatly appreciate it.
Re: How do I share bandwidth on a single physical line using Fra
I am not sure what you are asking. By definition, if you have more than one PVC on a single physical line in F-Relay, you are sharing the bandwidth to multiple sites. What ever the maximum bandwidth is on the PVC, that is what you get. So if you have a 128kb line and two F-Relay PVC's with a maximum bandwidth of 56kb, you are sharing the 128 kb bandwidth.
What am I missing here??? To configure, here is a basic URL:
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