I have a problem that involves a hub and spoke topology network.
The central site has a 2MB connection into a BT IP Clear MPLS Based Network with Frame-Relay Encapsulation.
The Remotes are 256K/128K sites into cloud.
I need to be able to state on the Router at the central site:
"If you need to get to a 256K Remote site send at 256K. And same for 128K."
I have Frame-Relay defined but only have one DLCI in use - DLCI 101 (same at remote sites):
description Virtual Serial Port for E1 Channelized using Frame
no ip address
encapsulation frame-relay IETF
frame-relay lmi-type ansi
interface Serial0/0:0.101 point-to-point
description Frame Relay to BT IP Clear 2MB
ip unnumbered Loopback0
frame-relay interface-dlci 101
Do I need to use Frame-Relay Traffic Shaping? And if so how can I specfiy bandwidth on a per site scenario - with only one DLCI to get to all sites??
The problem I am facing at the moment is - BT say that the central site is sending data too fast for the remote sites to receive therefore packet loss is occuring. They say theres nothing they can do to implement a "flow-control" scenario?
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