Change the Guaranteed Bandwidth For Remote Networks
If you have multiple remote network locations
that are associated to one IPSec termination node, you can change
the guaranteed bandwidth for each site. In the following example,
you want the Canada East location to receive more bandwidth then
the Canada Central location; to do so, complete the following steps.
Click the gear to edit the settings and select
, assign a
example) and a
Guaranteed Bandwidth Ratio
the Canada Central compute location.
Customize Per Site
, then apply a higher bandwidth
for the RN-8 remote network (for the Canada East
location) than the RN-9 remote network (for the Canada Central location).
The following example shows an
70% for RN-8 and 30% for RN-9. The
changes accordingly, showing the new guaranteed
your configuration has the following guaranteed bandwidth allocation
for the two sites.
have a remote network that has ECMP enabled to
use multiple IPSec tunnels for a single remote network, you can
for the IPSec
tunnels you use for that remote network location.
Save and Commit your changes.
The guaranteed bandwidth values display in the
area, in the
area. If you did not specify a bandwidth, it displays