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.
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