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PPTP Question

I was asked this morning if this was possible and it's really beyond my knowledge base so I thought I would begin by asking here for some insight.

We have a 50mb fiber circuit delivered to us from Optimum. Terminates in there router, then delivered to our 3640 via RJ45 drop.

I was asked if we could allocate x amount of bandwidth from this circuit and setup a PPTP tunnel with a client for an upcoming project. I know I can do it from our Sonicwall but was wondering if this could be accomplished from our router?

Not sure this can even be done but thanks in advance.

DJ

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Re: PPTP Question

In theory, CBWFQ should allow you to set guaranteed bandwidth for your PPTP tunnel.

If also appears Cisco routers might terminate/host PPTP, e.g. http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk827/tk369/technologies_configuration_example09186a00801e51e2.shtml#maintask1

In practice, features are often dependent on the IOS version and its feature set.

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