Question is my client is doing copy paste from US site location to asia site location the BW was upgraded from 3mbps to 20 mbps but when customer initiates file copy paste he wants to see the throughtput at 20mbps since he is paying for it but only gets like 3mbps or something
now the question is there a significant amount of delay involved in between two site how do we redules the RRT time (delay)? even when BW is 20mbps ?
any solution ?
QOS would not solve this as there is no congestion on link ?
As noted a lot of the issue will be to do with TCP acknowledgements/latency of the link etc. One other thing you may want to consider is a WAN acceleration device which can overcome so of the TCP issues.
Obviously there are physical limitations in terms of latency/delay but yes VOIP delay is generally taken care of with using QOS. Bear in mind VOIP uses UDP so the TCP latency is on the whole removed and also that obviously with FTP you are shifting a lot more data than with a VOIP call.
It's not simply a question of ensuring that VOIP has the available bandwidth but also that it doesn't get stuck behind larger less important packets in router queues/buffers.
There are several common causes for latency. One can be interface congestion, where QoS might help (e.g. VoIP). Another is network device processing latency. For the network device itself, and assuming it's not capacity related, a "faster" device can reduce such latency as can less network devices along the path. Lastly, there's distance latency. Electric signals do propagate at a fixed speed; not much you can do with this except use the shortest path. (This can be a very large or largest component of latency on a WAN.)
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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Attached policy provides CLI access to the Cisco 4G router over text messaging. Two files are in the attached .tar file:
2. PDF with instructions on how to load and use the .tcl file.