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Re: bandwidth [7:61552] posted 01/23/2003
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kaushalender wrote:
> 
> Thanx mam ,
> 
> Thanx alot thanx very much .Yes both customers are on same
> router but

Whew, that's good. :-)

> how i will tell the s1 to use that bandwidth wich is not
> utilized by s0
> Plz help.because ihave restriction on s0 s1 both from rate
> limit command.

The method I told you before is based on the link still in use approaching a
certain bandwidth. At that point it can take over the other one. I realize
that's not quite what you want.

I don't think there is a way to have the link still in use take over the
other link when that link utilization goes low. Anyone know?

If we don't get an answer, start another thread and explain the situation
with more detail. That will get people's attention.

Good luck.

Priscilla

> Thanx in advance
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Priscilla Oppenheimer wrote:
> > kaushalender wrote:
> > 
> >>Hi group,
> >>
> >>I have a query Plz give anwserto it .Is it possible that if I
> >>have 2
> >>customers which have circuits from me.Both having 64 Kbps
> >>bandwidth .If
> >>one customer is not utilizeing  bandwidth than  another
> >>customer can
> >>utilize that spare bandwidth whenever the another customer
> >>starts using
> >>bandwidth it gets back to normal.
> > 
> > 
> > Where are the two customers? Aren't they physically in two
> different places?
> > If yes, then there's no way to get this to work. It would be
> like saying "if
> > the road from New York to Miami has few cars, can we tell the
> extra cars
> > travelling from New York to Boston to use the road from New
> York to Miami?"
> > 
> > If you had two serial interfaces between two sites, you can
> tell a router to
> > use the second one when utilization gets to a certain point
> with the backup
> > command. For example, let's say you had S0 and S1. S0 could
> start using S1's
> > bandwidth when its utilization reached 60% and stop using it
> when it fell to
> > 5% with the following command.
> > 
> > int s0
> > backup int s1
> > backup load 60 5
> > 
> > But that's when the two interfaces go the same place.
> > 
> > _______________________________
> > 
> > Priscilla Oppenheimer
> > www.troubleshootingnetworks.com
> > www.priscilla.com
> > 
> > 
> >>Thanx In advance
> >>
> >>Kaushalender
> 
> 




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