Much depends on features of the network device(s) that the host is connected to. Also depends on whether you want to regulate bandwidth to and/or from the host and where you wish to provide such regulation.
the subnet to which host belongs, connected to a 7507 router and host at other end belongs to other subnet which is connected to 2811 Cisco router's interface.There is 2Mbps point-to-point connection between two routers.I would like to segment the 2Mbps bandwidth so that particular host in both subnets should get the more bandwidth than others.Say the following topology:
Subnet: 192.168.1.0/24,host 192.168.1.2,gateway(router) 192.168.0.1 <<-----2Mbps Connection--->>Subnet 192.168.2.0/24,host 192.168.2.2,gateway(router):192.168.2.1, there are also other hosts in both subnets.I want to segment the bandwidth so that host 192.168.1.2 and 192.168.2.2 should get at least 128Kbps bandwidth , and others will get the remaining bandwidth..Is it possible to do , if yest then on which network device, either on router at both ends or hosts ate both end ???
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