Is there any way that I can reserve bandwidth on a specific subnet on a 2500 router?
I have a valid class C address range (196.25.25.x), and a private class B address range on site A. The class C address has direct access to one of our production servers outside our firewall on site B. We have a 192KB link from site A to our Head Office (HO). from HO, we have a 64KB link to our offsite production server on site B.
The problem is that the 192KB link between site A and HO is always full - so full that users on site A cannot access the production server on site B. The production system is not too bandwidth intensive, but with the link being full, it simply cannot work!
Is there any way that I can "reserve" about 32KB for the valid class C address range, and keep the rest for the class B's for connecting to HO?
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