Recently in VOIP QOS Category


May 14, 2009 7:40 PM
In telephony, VOIP QOS is somewhere between a science and an art.  Setting up QOS on your network is essential for toll quality voice from end point to end point, especially across a WAN.Historically, in ShoreTel, IP packets were marked with the DSCP value set in the Call Control Options page.  Generally  this is generally set as a value of 184 or Precedence Level 5, what CISCO would call Express Forwarding or EF. This value is represented as 184  (10111000 or 46) but as a TOS/Differential Service Control Point marking it is  only applied to the IP layer and has no impact on your LAN.   Continue Reading...

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