• ethernet bandwidth

    How does ethernet deliver different bandwidths?

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  • Protocol bandwidth load

    Is there an average estimated bandwidth load to use for each of the most common protocols (HTTP/HTTPS/POP3/IMAP/FTP/H.323)when calculating the total bandwidth needed b4 contracting the carrier?

    SBV5 pointsBadges:
  • Bandwidth Limit on Cisco 3550 catalyst switch on Fast ethernet

    Dear friend, I have a cisco 3350 catalyst switch, I want to limit bandith on that interface to 64kbps, I need help on this. I need to know another way of limiting the bandwith using access list on the ip address assigned to the host on that interface. send your replty to raj_741976@sify.com

    Somaraju5 pointsBadges:
  • Segmenting question

    How to segment a specific group on a network to have its own bandwidth without tremendously slowing down the rest of the network?

    MFDS075 pointsBadges:
  • Monitoring the Network

    Hi, I have multiple remote sites. I would like to monitor the network and analyze the traffic and its performance in general. For example, how the bandwidth is consumed, if certain activities are unnecessary and how to improve the networks performance by blocking through the firewall like...

    Maryam82100 pointsBadges:
  • How to derive bandwidth from the frequency of Cat6 cables

    How do you derive bandwidth (bits per second) from the frequency of Cat6 cable (250MHz for example)? It is known that Cat6 can carry up to 1 Gbps.

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • wireless vlan

    hi all, is it possible to have one link from a switch to an access point and split the network into two networks a wireless network from the AP and a wired port for a user connected thru RJ45 and still keep it secured.

    92220990 pointsBadges:
  • ISA (find out the bandwidth)

    I need to know currently how many bandwidth used by evry individual on the ISA environment, is there any 3rd party software I can use to find out the bandwidth used by the client individually, or is there any option(s) available in ISA. Thanx.

    239069370 pointsBadges:
  • How to test the internet connection speed without putting any load and allocating bandwidth

    We do have a 10 MB internet connectivity, the speed is ok, I am monitoring the link using cacti and netflow. ISP----10 MB Link-------Cisco 3745 Router----Switch ----Firewall 525----DMZ Switch- ISA---- LAN Our bandwidth is under utilized, hence our average consumption is around 5 MB, half of our...

    Yasir Irfan5,550 pointsBadges:
  • Installation and updates

    Howdy folks, Tryin to keep things going around here....need some advice. I have Win2003 servers and Active Directory.....single domain....approx. 100 client computers.....one location. Am upgrading all computers from Office XP to Office 2003. My project: Install Office 2003 and all updates remotely...

    TheVyrys0 pointsBadges:
  • Limiting Bandwidth by IP range

    Our guest can access internet via Wireless using a guest account on our ntwork but they can't access the resources on the network. We are looking for a was to limit the amount of bandwidth(Guest IP Range) used by the guests so it's doens't affect our network

    Prince975 pointsBadges:
  • BGP4 and load balancing

    Is it possible to use BGP4 to aggregate the total available bandwidth into one virtual pipe? Example can I take two 3 meg independent internet connections and make a burstable 6 meg pipe?

    Dhdevlin0 pointsBadges:
  • Calculating bandwidth for daily video program

    I have a client that wants to produce a daily five-minute video program. I was thinking of streaming it in Flash. How do I calculate the bandwidth and transfer rate that I will need if I'm estimating 100,000 viewers a day? Thank you for your time.

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Divide bandwidth

    Hi guys, I have on #1 comp a connection to the internet (ppp connection) with 2 NIC's: one for the ppp connection, 2nd for another computer. the 2nd computer gets it's internet connection through the 1st comp(WIN XP SP2 ) using ICS my question: how can i manage bandwidth evely so that the 1st...

    Torturedsoul35 pointsBadges:
  • Limiting bandwidth for streaming online audio/video

    We have a T1 that was overcrowded by streaming radios,videos youtube, etc. as soon as we installed a fancy new 3Com Baseline Plus Switch with QoS. It was giving higher priority on the parasyte traffic (video/radio) than the legit (http/ftp). We also have a couple of IP Phones that we hardly use. Is...

    Patzo65 pointsBadges:
  • Bandwidth utilization: determining when to upgrade

    I recently received a graph showing some utilization above 60% on some of the links for my organization. I seem to remember that a network link is considered saturated at around 40% of its bandwidth; does this sound correct? Is there a rule of thumb to judge these graphs in terms of utilization and...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • messaging and collaboration

    What is messaging and collaboration,how does it works,how to set it up ,where can it be implemented and how

    Eduado0 pointsBadges:
  • Assuming Maximum Segment Lifetime (MSL)

    4) Assuming Maximum Segment Lifetime (MSL) of 80 seconds, a host is required to send 500-byte packet without having identification field to wrap around within one MSL, i.e. 80 seconds. What is the maximum bandwidth required? Do you see any problem if this limit (maximum bandwidth) is exceeded?

    Pkmaster5 pointsBadges:
  • g.729 3rd party VOIP on Cisco routers QoS – am I doing it right?

    Hi, I am unsure about which configs are sufficient for implementing QoS on 2 2600 series routers over a 2MB serial link. On one side is the IP pbx and there are up to 6 IP phones plugged into a switch on the other side. We are using a non-cisco VoIP product using g.729. From what I can see all I...

    Robbieg0 pointsBadges:
  • VLANS IN SWITCHES

    Hello, I have a managed switch and i have created three vlans in that switches. how can i communicate with these three vlans within this switch and also if i connect another switch with this one to the port belongs to vlan 1 then the frame comes out of third vlan to second switch will contain a...

    Breathe0 pointsBadges:

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