In the file above, the speed is the first number, the next number the burst number, and the 3rd number the excessive burst. The burst and excessive burst are set to 1/4 and 1/2 respectively, at Cisco's advice.
Using this template, we have made many speed plans with no issues. However, I have run into an issue with two news plans we are offering. We increased out backbone to a 150 meg fiber link to the world, so we wished to add new speeds as well.
We want to offer a a 3meg/1.5meg plan (down/up) and a 5meg/2.5meg (down/up) plan. Using this, I have added the following speed plans:
These conform to the standards Cisco gave us. However, I am running into issues. Both plans give anywhere from 500k to 2 megs over the listed download rate consistantly. On the upload side, both files seem to be stuck at around 400-500k. I am currently "playing" with the speeds on both ends to resolve this issue, but I'd like some feedback to make sure I'm not overlooking anything in this situation.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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