Greetings, attached is a simplified diagram of our network. The issue im having is increased jitter on voice calls when both data and voice is traversing our leased line. When no data is passing jitter is reduced by approx 70%
Ive applied auto qos to both the fast ethernet interface on the Cisco 2811 running CME 4.3 and the serial wic on the 1841. No policies have been configured on the firewall.
What im looking for is really a confirmation that i have applied qos on the correct interfaces, any recommendation for additional configuration would be appreciated.
The quality problem occurs on the return RTP stream, there have been issues where by the called party can here the calling party but not the other way arround, during these cases jitter jumps to approx 3000ms.
We use SIP for voice services provided by an external proxy which sits outside the 1841.
It's unclear from your diagram, what's on the other side of the cloud, and what the cloud represents. Generally, you want to first place QoS on both ends of your WAN (leased line) link since it's often has the least available bandwidth (compared to typical LAN links).
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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