Thanks for helping in advance. This problem just about has my job.
We have three offices, one corporate and two branches. The main office has a Pix 515e, both branches have Pix 501's. Remote office A connects through a 768/768 DSL connection, remote office B through a 2000/2000 DSL connection. The main office also has a 2000/2000 DSL connection. There are 3 employees at office A and 7 employees at office B. All employees at remote offices are terminal service clients.
I have ran PRTG against all dsl connections and we are recieving all the bandwidth we are supposed to.
Now for the problem... We also run VOIP, which of course is getting the left over of the bandwidth after the terminal sessions are done. I have configured the TS clients to not use all the bells and whistles, but still not enough bandwidth left. So ... is there any way of doing some type or version of QoS through these Pix to Pix tunnels?
If not does anyone know of a way I can limit port 3389 to only use a certian amount of the tunnel?
Oh, we are running 3des.
Thanks again all you experts.