I have an internet phone (broadvoice, not Cisco) in a small remote network that, generally, runs fine until the data curcuit (DSL 1.5/350) is being used heavily. The ingress end (downstream. I guess 1.5 mb is enough in this scenario) always sounds fine, the egress end (upstream) starts getting choppy as soon as the line is used for anything else.
My internet router is a fully upgraded 2610 router. I would like to find a way to prioritize upstream traffic so that the IP phone gets full priority and anything else is secondary IF the phone is being used. A collegue of mine recommended auto qos. However, given that the bandwidth is not all that much I wonder if there's a better way.
Also, can someone recommend a Cisco document that will start me off in the area of auto and manual QOS?
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