> And another thing...I want to let that customer to borrow bandwidth but
> I also want that client not to go beyond 64k ( 3.125 % ) is this
Create a parent class, assign 64Kbps to it, and make it non-borrowable.
Yes....of course....I already tried that in the past....it works.....but what if I have 7 clients with 32k , 9 with 64k 3 with 128....and so on....
I can define a parent class 7x32k+32k but every time I have to add a new client i must redefine the parent class....Maybe it will be interesting to implement a new parameter , like maxbandwidth..;-))
I worked with a Xedia equipment in the past and there the class had 3 parameters regarding bandwidth : bandwidth , bounded ( or not bounded ), and maxbandwidth.
If maxbandwidth was 0 ( and the class not bounded) then the class could borrow as much as the parent bandwidth, if maxbandwidth != 0 && > bandwidth then the class borrowed from the parent just until it reached maxbandwidth.
With this parameter I had a little more flexibility....
What do you say ? Is this a good ideea.....??...It is posible to implement
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