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-You can check what values are acceptable when you place the cursor ​on the field, or you can choose a value from the drop-down list containing the objects that are already known to ICS CUBE. Bandwidth allocation is a QoS (quality of service) tool, it is used, for example, ​to reserve a communication channel, for example, for qualitative ​IP-telephony the necessary bandwidth allocation and IP-telephony ports need to be set up, and the rule should be assign to appropriate users.+You can check which values are acceptable when you place the cursor ​over the field, or you can choose a value from the drop-down list containing the objects that are already known to ICS CUBE. Bandwidth allocation is a QoS (quality of service) tool. It is used to reserve a communication channel, for example, for reliable ​IP-telephony the necessary bandwidth allocation and IP-telephony ports need to be set up, and the rule should be assign to appropriate users.
  
-When you mark the “borrow bandwidth from parent” checkbox, traffic set in the rule, can use bigger bandwidth then it's set in the rule, if the channel is free.+When you mark the “borrow bandwidth from parent” checkbox, traffic set in the rule, can use bigger bandwidth then it is specified ​in the rule, if the channel is unoccupied.
  
 The “priority” field works when the channel is overloaded: the most prioritized traffic goes first. The “priority” field works when the channel is overloaded: the most prioritized traffic goes first.
  
-**Important:​** for ICS CUBE version 6 this rule is working for the next card’s drivers:+**Important:​** for ICS CUBE version 6 this rule is compatible with the following list of network interface ​card drivers:
 ae, age, alc, ale, an, ath, aue, axe, bce, bfe, bge, bxe, cas, cxgbe, dc, de, ed, em, ep, epair, et, fxp, gem, hme, igb, ipw, iwi, ixgbe, jme, le, msk, mxge, my, nfe, nge, npe, qlxgb, ral, re, rl, rum, sf, sge, sis, sk, ste, stge, ti, txp, udav, ural, vge, vr, vte, wi, xl. ae, age, alc, ale, an, ath, aue, axe, bce, bfe, bge, bxe, cas, cxgbe, dc, de, ed, em, ep, epair, et, fxp, gem, hme, igb, ipw, iwi, ixgbe, jme, le, msk, mxge, my, nfe, nge, npe, qlxgb, ral, re, rl, rum, sf, sge, sis, sk, ste, stge, ti, txp, udav, ural, vge, vr, vte, wi, xl.
  
  
  
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