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QOS bandwidth sharing

Hi folks,

can anyone advise of this kind of scenario where we have 2 separate networks (sites) connected to the same router providing access to the same core.

Network A (netA) & Network B (NetB) .

Quite simple network A & B would have 60% and 40% bandwith respectively.

Now the question is if either network wanted to use more bandwidth than its allocation if the there was availability would this be possible, and to how to configure?

Cheers

Dash

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Re: QOS bandwidth sharing

Hello

Do you mean two internal networks using one router to access the wan?


If that's the case then one way would to mark your network traffic as it enters the router from the LAN interfaces via class map + acls etc and then apply CBWFQ upon this marked traffic on the wan egress interface

If either class isn't utilising its allocate bw this would be shared between all other class by default on the ratio of bw % allocated on the other classes.

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Re: QOS bandwidth sharing

Hello

Do you mean two internal networks using one router to access the wan?


If that's the case then one way would to mark your network traffic as it enters the router from the LAN interfaces via class map + acls etc and then apply CBWFQ upon this marked traffic on the wan egress interface

If either class isn't utilising its allocate bw this would be shared between all other class by default on the ratio of bw % allocated on the other classes.

Res
Paul


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Could you clarify how your two network/sites connect to the same router?

Normally when you share bandwidth, you're share some common link.

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