I have been working on tracking down high utilization on my factional T1s that interconnect my facilities. I have noticed that some locations are using fair-queue and some are using fifo. Advantages of one over the other? Would things such as Exchange attachments be interfearing with my telnet sessions if locations are utilizing fifo?
Even though fifo is simple and fast, it can causes starvation, delay and jitter.
Where as fair-queue allocated bandwidth among all flows and ensures that queues do not starve for bandwidth,Low-volume traffic streams, which make up most of the traffic, receive preferential service. High-volume traffic streams proportionally share the remaining capacity.
Yes there is a chance for interfering with telnet seesions when using fifo.
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