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bandwidth management_suite

i am having 5mbps  from my ISP. I would like to dedicate 1mbps to one particular user. The rest of all users will share the remaining 4mbps. How can i proceed from the router or LAN switch ?

  • WAN Routing and Switching
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Re: bandwidth management_suite

Just implement CBWFQ.

there is not even need for shaping or policing. You just will write a class matching  your customer and you will set a bandwidth value of 1 Mbps ... If the other customers have no requirements you will leave all the remainiing 4 mbps in the class-default (best effort model).

Suggestion, since you will be defining a class for your customer just define a class for yourself too. 5 mbps are not so many and in case of congestion you would have 100kbps for example assured for your management.

i'd prefer to do this on the router....

HTH

Alessio

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Re: bandwidth management_suite

Just implement CBWFQ.

there is not even need for shaping or policing. You just will write a class matching  your customer and you will set a bandwidth value of 1 Mbps ... If the other customers have no requirements you will leave all the remainiing 4 mbps in the class-default (best effort model).

Suggestion, since you will be defining a class for your customer just define a class for yourself too. 5 mbps are not so many and in case of congestion you would have 100kbps for example assured for your management.

i'd prefer to do this on the router....

HTH

Alessio

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Re: bandwidth management_suite

Thank u Alessio. The problem has been fixed.

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