Does this process ( client connect / diconnect ) make overhead ?
Hi all ,
I am working in ISP who is linked to another big downstream ISP to route our DSL client throught it ,
the case i need to discuss , some times some clients complain that the connection is slow and after following with him we find that the assigned IP to him is routed through the downstream ISP through one of his slow uplinks , for that the support team asked the client to restart his session till he get another IP from another subnet we have where this subnet is routed through downstream ISP through another fast uplink this ISP have ( we know that from tracert command output ) .. my question , does this process , asking client to reconnect till get good IP make overhaed on our LNS router ( 7200 VXR ) and AAA server and if there is another solution please provide with advance thanks ...
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