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Implementing Cisco Networking Solutions by Harpreet Singh

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There could be instances on the network when the network traffic offered by a user exceeds the designed values for different classes of traffic. As an example, let's assume that the network was designed for the traffic values as shown in the following table:

Figure 12: Example bandwidth allocation for QoS

The table also shows the bandwidths offered for each class of traffic at the network ingress. In this case, the gold traffic is exceeding the design parameters by 15%. However, the total bandwidth is still within the overall bandwidth provisioned for the user. In such a case, the network administrator might still allow the traffic ...

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