I am looking for a sample configuration of a router used in a VoIP network showing in particular QoS settings for G.711 traffic. None of the dial plan or route pattern, etc.. information is necessary, just the QoS configuration would be greatly appreciated.
The WAN is simply ethernet handover, so no frame relay config etc.. is required.
I am still going through the Cisco website but thought someone might be able to point me in the right direction.
Your best option is to use the AutoQoS feature described in the link below. It automatically configures QoS for you based on your configuration/bandwidth. There is also a link below describing some QoS mechanisms for voice. You can ignore the Frame Relay related config.
Thankyou for your response to my questions. In relation to AutoQoS, it seems to be a part of Ciscoworks, since I cant find any information about what the actual commands are to use this facility.
The second link is more helpful, but I am wondering if anyone has an actual sample configuration where QoS and VoIP have been deployed on a WAN that uses ethernet handover (eg, no ISDN or Frame Relay related items).
Thank you once again for taking the time to respond to my question.
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