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GQOS Implementation

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Mar 2nd, 2011 at 6:51pm  
I am looking to implement Group QOS on and was wondering if anyone out there had information on the Implementation process. Any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated.
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Reply #1 - Mar 3rd, 2011 at 5:21pm  
QoS - specifically GQoS on the iDirect platform is typically a unique design per client, there are some familiarities, but it all depends how you want to break out your available bandwidth.

Do you want to break it out by:
> Group of Clients
> Application
> Service level
>All of the above

your design and implementation will likely be unique to you and your clients.  I have worked with the team at iDirect on a couple of QoS projects and they actually provide design support as a service as well as the QoS course.

look into that if you can, I am sure you would prefer to share your details and requirements with iDirect rather than on a general forum..........

If you're looking for technically how to implement the solution, that may be a different story, but if you are looking for design support, to get a good design, you need to share a lot of information.......I would advise against it on a general forum.
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