We’ve been using the individual bandwidth throttling to prevent users from hogging bandwidth and it works great. Originally I thought the Group Bandwidth Reservation feature did the same thing, except for a group, but apparently this is not the case.
If the Peplinks can throttle one user’s downloads, why can’t they throttle a group of users the same way? This would allow us to carve out and reserve sections of bandwidth for priority data, such as voice.
If subnet 192.168.1.x is capped at 8Mb on a 10Mb WAN circuit, you could reserve 2Mb for voice on the 10.1.1.x subnet, and prevent congestion problems from affecting call quality. Any chance of this becoming a feature? Or is there a way to do this already that I’m missing?