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By omarh ·
I have two T1's with different subnet address the one with is currentlly used for the internal network plus our VoIP traffic. The new T1 with subnet address we want to take the internal network from the old T1 and put on the new one and also allocate half the bandwidth from the new T1 to the VoIP traffic. So to sum it up I want to find a solution to give the VoIP 1 and half T1 and the remaining half to the internal network. can anyone help. Please.

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by mshavrov In reply to Bandwidth

It depends on what routers do you have. With Cisco rotuers you can do Policy Routing (classify traffic and split according to class). With VoIP you should consider QOS configured on "shared" link - you reserve certain bandwidth (by KBytes or by percents) for VoIP traffic and remaining bandwidth can be used by regular traffic. Or you can allocate VoIP bandwidth "on-demand" but not more than ...%, etc. It's a lot of possibilities, but again, it depends on hardware you have.

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Good luck,

Michael Shavrov
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