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Bandwidth Allocation

Dear Netpros,

We have a Cisco AS5350 4E1 Gateway which we are using to terminate voice calls coming from Tier 1 carriers over the internet. Now currently we have a bandwidth of 1 Mbps and we have 2 customers using this bandwidth for sending voip traffic. We are soon going to have another Tier 1 Carrier testing with us and we were wondering if we could allocate bandwidth customer wise. This means that each customer can use only a % of the total bandwidth. Currently there are seperate tech-prefixes and seperate dial-peers configured on the gateway for these customers. Is there any was we can achieve this. If yes then kindly let us know the procedure to achieve this.

Cheers

Rushabh

Senior Project Researcher

PP-Ontime Co., Ltd.

Cellular ~ 669-2047331

www.pp-ontime.co.th

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Re: Bandwidth Allocation

A few options are possible. You may choose the one based onyour convinience. The options are: -

a. Have your gatekeeper make the bandwidth choice based on the tech-prefix

b. If you have a set of E1-s dedicated for each customer, assign a trunk-group

for this set and make your dial-peer choice based on the trunk group number

of the incoming PSTN call.

c. You can use 'max-connection ..' under dial-peer voip configuration

to restrict the number of calls that can simultaneously be active using

a dial-peer. Based on the codec you have in your dialplan, this

command can be used to restrict the number of outgoing calls through

a given dialpeer

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