QOS for VOIP over frame realy slows down when used with a AIM-COMPR2 card
I'm using 2600 routers connected via a frame relay pvc with a 768k port and CIR transporting VoIP (from DVM's on each router). Each router also has a AIM-COMPR2 card. When I apply standard traffic shaping map classes, the customer complains their application response deteriorates to the point of being useless. I've configured the parameters for no Be and a Tc factor of 10ms, along with IP RTP header conmpression. Do I need to enable CEF, ditributed queueing, or something else to get the traffic shaping to work? I just need to prioritize the voice- any method that will accomplish that without wasting unused bandwidth will work.
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