without knowing more about your network (i.e. what type of router you have) it makes it a little difficult to provide you with adequate assistance. Based on what you have described it sounds as if your company has an ethernet hand off. Your router is being used to create a separate network. Regarding bandwidth sharing, unless there are specific QoS (quality of service) rules in place, your router and every device connected to it would be allocated a portion of the bandwidth on an as needed basis. Meaning, if you have are downloading a large file then you would eat up more of the bandwidth. Hope this helps.
Thank you very much for your reply. i really appreciate it.
i have draw the network infrastructure in our server room as attached. i hope you can help me to understand on how the internet bandwidth sharing works on a cisco router and on how it is configured. thank you in advance and looking forward for your reply.
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