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Bandwidht control

Created: 26 Aug 2011 | 1 comment
jenstf's picture
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When deploying clients to upgrade from SEP 11 to 12.1 last night I noticed that even 80 client deployments (aprox 180MB install file per client) used much of our bandwidht.

There is a possability to set the deploy time windows e.g from 1AM to 5AM. But it looked like all deployments where done from 1AM.
There is also possible to distribute it over x days.

 

What I want is the oppurtunity to set a bandwidht limit when deploying clients, so that it doesn't steal all the bandwidht.
Or that when I say that the upgrade schedule should be 00:00 to 06:00, the updates are distributed all over the schedule, not mass distributed when the schedule starts

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deepak.vasudevan's picture

I second your suggestion. For a bigger geographically distributed networks spread across a WAN between timezones the entire pipe would get locked only for this. 

In my opinion, the security should be a seamless background task never obtrusive and never intrusive.

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