Configuring Site Communications
A site must be able to communicate with its parent site, all of its child sites, and all sites in which it performs remote control. For sites to communicate, they must have a connectivity system (LAN protocols, RAS, or SNA Server) installed and configured (according to the connectivity system's product documentation) on all site servers in the SMS system. Then, for each site in the SMS system, you must perform the following tasks:
By default, all addresses can be used all the time for data of all priority levels. However, you can set schedules for addresses to determine when certain priorities of data are sent.
By default, the transfer rate to an address is unlimited at all times. However, you can limit how much connection bandwidth is used at different times of day by setting maximum data transfer rates for addresses.
About SMS-Supported Connectivity Systems
Addresses Configuration Overview
Senders Configuration Overview