Was doing some reading, and as you know service nagle was always recommended in the past for congestion of small packets, particuarly as related to telnet sessions on the routers. I have read where service nagle could be an issue with real-time traffic such as voip when sourced from the router. Does anyone know "todays" view on this ?? Technically the router does not "source" the voice traffic, usually it traverses it, so I want to be sure. I am still to this day deploying service nagle as part of my qos "templates" looking forward can this or has this become an issue, and is it impacting my voice and possibly other real time traffic using small packets ??
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