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BANDWIDTH ALLOCATION

By rajivnarayanan@hotmail ·
I have three different database related application running on a 128 kbps ISDN. Is there any way (such as hardare/ software tools) to split the bandwidth and allocate to each application according to their bandthwidth consumption?

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by ISPnetworker In reply to BANDWIDTH ALLOCATION

Bandwidth management tools such as the Packeteer Packetshaper and Ellacoya Networks products are capable of providing dynamic bandwidth consumption based on a numerous variables such as originating address, destination address, routing protocol, port numbers and application layer information.

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by mshavrov In reply to BANDWIDTH ALLOCATION

You have provided not enough information. What is your network connectivity? Do you have dedicated router and what kind/model? What is your OS on servers? Do your database server work for "outside" only or it servers internal requests as well?

In general, you can do it may ways. You may limit rates on your WAN router, you may specify specific queueing mechanism on your core router (if you have one), you can use some kind of thirt-part software on Windows or Unix server, etc. Would you add some more details in comments.

If you want to follow-up personally, just send me e-amil with details.

Good luck,

Michael Shavrov
MCSE W2K, MCSE+I, Sun SCSA, CCNP, CCDP, Checkpoint CSSA, etc.

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by zahid72 In reply to BANDWIDTH ALLOCATION

Yes there is. you can use VLAN to allocate dynamic bandwidth allocation for your needs. We have allocated 100MB to our specific web-cache server and having good result.

But still Michael is at right , there is not sufficient information regarding questions.
Thank you

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by -Q-240248 In reply to BANDWIDTH ALLOCATION

You will not be able to split the bandwidth over your ISDN modem. You may be able to priotorize the traffic internally with intelligent routers/switches and you may be able to split it up with a higher-end ISDN router. But if you have one of those plain-jane, nearly unmanaged ISDN modems, fogetaboutit. It'll all consume the entire bandwidth based on FIFO.

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