|Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000|
Gets or sets the total bandwidth for connections through an external network adapter.
Bandwidth for dialup connections is set by using the FPCDialupEntry.DialupBandwidth property.
Effective bandwidth is the actual bandwidth for a particular dial-up device (for example, a modem) or total effective network bandwidth. Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server uses the effective bandwidth that you specify as the basis for determining actual bandwidth to be assigned to a particular connection, based on the bandwidth priority specified for the rule.
The first step in determining effective bandwidth is determining the maximum effective bandwidth of the connections on the ISA Server computer or array. For frame relay networks, E1/T1 or E3/T3, the maximum effective bandwidth is determined by the Internet service provider.
FPCBandwidthRules.TotalExternalBandwidth [ = lExtBandwidth]
HRESULT get_TotalExternalBandwidth( long *plExtBandwidth ); HRESULT put_TotalExternalBandwidth( long lExtBandwidth );
The property is read-write.