Not a difficult question if you know - but i don't so i thought that i'd ask :)
When calculating frame-relay TC what is the formula? I'm getting conflicting information. Is it:
tc = bc/CIR
tc = be/CIR
tc = CIR/bc (or be for that matter)
I know that this is probably more of a Qos issue, but hey, most of us run Qos across a WAN anyway :) Your enlightenment would be greatly appreciated. The reason i ask is that i was just watching some old CBT nuggets and he says that CIR is at the top of the mathematical triangle (with tc x bc underneath), but i wasn't sure of where be fits into this equation.
A colleague says that bc should be at the top of the triangle, but surely Jeremy knows best. Just looking for some clarification.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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