is there a difference between CIR and CIR+end to end clear channel connection?

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by ike lozada, May 27, 2004.

  1. ike lozada

    ike lozada Guest

    Hi,

    I've heard this "end to end clear channel connection" from a telco/isp
    when providing internet access... is there really a difference when
    they say this? what does it mean anyway? my understanding is that that
    statement means from my my router-->ISP network-->internet backbone I
    get to have the full bandwidth I am paying for. (i.e. 512kbps all the
    way) as opposed to getting only 512 from my router-->ISP
    network------>internet backbone
    512 unknown

    If that's the case, is there a way to measure full end to end clear
    channel connect?

    TIA
     
    ike lozada, May 27, 2004
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