Are you saying that “if” the GboFR used to be congested, then -when swapping to GboIP- the extra bandwidth on IP will generate a peak on the radio network ?
That’s a weird way to look at it 🙂 The Gb interface shall never be congested, and I’ve never meet an operator where this interface is congested…
So in reality, GboFR is not a bottlneck. But please correct me if i’m wrong.
The IP datagram uses a bigger header than FR datagram, so the GboIP traffic will use something like 10% more bandwidth than before. Just compare headers to know the exact value, I’m sure such computations can be found online.