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QoS

The methods for increase the QoS on the VoIP network is based on access list, that mean the packets will be longer to route to destination, so it take more delay, more latency,.. and the QoS will be worse than.

Any ideal?

Thank.

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Re: QoS

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Re: QoS

You probably have to make sure that QoS is supported by your hardware. Then the packets will be filtered / selected in fast switching mode, and the delay is not noticeble. On a normal router you probably lower the maximum throughput of the router.

//thomas.

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