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Managed Bandwith

Every business who has an Internet connection has at some time downloaded a large file, or run a peer-to-peer file sharing program, voice and multimedia application and noticed that Web pages and online applications start to load very slowly, or fail to load

The reason is that the channel capacity (or bandwidth) of their Internet connection is limited, when one tries to send too much information down it, more than its capacity, a virtual traffic jam results. This is also known as network congestion.

Controlling or managing traffic reduces capacity use, and is often described as bandwidth management.

The real problem is when multiple users and applications are downloading simultaneously. The more applications that are downloading simultaneously, backlog will occurs. When the backlog grows too high, packets must be dropped to avoid having TCP retransmissions overflow the queue and wasting bandwidth with duplicate traffic. Avoiding dropped packets is the most critical function of bandwidth management.

  • Keeping your Internet connection working fast and smoothly.
  • Avoiding congested network.
  • Manage upstream traffic to allow packets to be processed faster, resulting in better connection speed.

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