We have a bandwidth issue with one of our locations. It's connected to our main office through a PPP T1. The main application that is being used is telnet. We have several application servers that are centrally located at our main office and when reports are ran, the T1 is bogged down and slows the telnet users down so much, there connection comes close to dying. Upgrading the line or moving the servers is not an option. The reports don't run every day, but when they run, they are a pain. I've been trying to research a way to dedicated a 10% priority for Telnet applications, but have not had any luck. I've looked at the IP RTP commands, but I'm not sure if that is what I need. If there is someone that could suggest anything or know of a good spot to look, or could even give a sample config, I would greatly appreciate it. If there are any other suggestions on how to solve this, I'd appreciate those as well.
What version of IOS? Later version of IOS have Telnet already prioritized within WFQ, which is the default for e1 and below. If you have a pretty late version of IOS, I can give you a config with a high priority of telnet with CBWFQ or LLQ. There you'll be all set.
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