We have a MPLS network with Site A having a 45MB connection, Site B a 3MB connection, Site C a 1.544MB connection to the cloud. (Along with multiple other locations) All sites can talk to each other. If a person from Site A visits site B and wants to watch IP cameras located back at site A, it kills the pipe at site B. Someone did this and Site B went from a 30ms response to a 600ms response. We have a single camera server at each location and users are going from one site to another and watching their cameras back at their home site. How can I limit or throttle the bandwidth when the users do this? I think that this has to be done on the MPLS routers but I do not have access to the MPLS routers because we are using a managed service. Is there something I can do on my LAN switch?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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