Cisco 800 Series 3G - Limit Monthly Traffic on 3G access
Anyone knows if it is possible to configure a limit on monthly traffic over a 3G access on a Cisco 800 Series?
The scenario is that a customer has a Cisco 800 3G routers with a 3G card from a Service Provider, that offers a rate for X Mbytes per month and that when those monthly X Mbps are exceeded, a differente rate (much more expensive) is applied for the excess traffic that month.
The customer would like to have the router NOT to active the 3G access when the X Mbytes (on that month) are exceeded.
Maybe this is possible to implement using a TCL script and ip accounting?
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