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These instructions assume: •eth0 is your connection to the internet. •eth1 is your local area network. •Downstream bandwidth is 5000kbit. •Upstream bandwidth is 1000kbit. •You want to guaranty 25% of your downstream bandwidth to SIP RTP. •You want to guaranty 50% of your upstream bandwidth to SIP RTP. •You want to allow SIP RTP to use up to 100% of your upstream bandwidth. •You want to guaranty...
Learn the how to create an IPv6 tunnel.  IPv6 Tunnels make possible to reach the IPv6 Internet by tunneling over existing IPv4 connections from your IPv6 enabled host or router to one of our IPv6 routers. EdgeOS is compatible with IPv6 addresses and IPv6 Tunnel using SIT. In this tutorial we use Hurricane Electric TunnelBroker service. However, you can use...
Learn how BGP is used and configured between two Autonomous Systems Diagram Showing Two Different Autonomous Systems (AS) R1: Router in AS 1 R2: Router in AS 2 Configuration Note: These are the IP addresses of the two routers: R1 IP address: 192.0.2.1R2 IP address: 203.0.113.1 For the basic configuration of router R1 in AS 1, use the following commands to create a eBGP peer with...
Learn how to make and save changes to the active configuration file. Typically, you use the save command to save the active configuration to disk (‘config/config.boot’); however, you can also save the active configuration to a different file or remote server. Enter save and press the ? key. ubnt@RTR# save Possible completions: <Enter> Save to system config file <file> Save to file on local machine scp://<user>:<passwd>@<host>/<file> Save to file...