Streaming Media and NBAR

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by BenH, Nov 18, 2003.

  1. BenH

    BenH Guest

    Hi,

    I am trying to guarantee bandwidth for media streams into a network
    with a 2MB internet connection. I have tried NBAR but I have 2
    problems:

    1) NBAR sems only applicable on the outbound interface of our 2611
    router
    2) If I give priority to ALL the windows media ports (1024 - 5000)
    then I am actually giving priority to loads of ports including Kazaa!
    This just seems crazy :-s

    So where am I going wrong - is there an easy way to configure the
    router so that it allows media streams to take 1MB of the bandwidth if
    they ask for it, or am I asking too much of a router?

    Thanks in advance
    Ben
    BenH, Nov 18, 2003
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