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    Network Bandwidth Usage

    Usually, how much bandwidth does your network eats or requires for a maximum of a 120 users?

    10% of it uses skype to call clients. The rest uses it for browsing, email, and chats.

    Any suggestions on shaping up the network bandwidth aside from Qos?

    Thanks
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    There is no definite answer to that - to say the least. It is something that will be very dynamic from hour to hour to month to month.

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    I cannot answer your question without knowing the business sector you are in.

    As a general rule I would give SKYPE and e-mail priority IF they are being used for customer contact.

    The rest goes to the bottom of the food chain.
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