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Video Over pix/router VPN

I have a PIX-to-Router VPN with T1 internet connection on both. I have picturetel 600's and the quality is poor and eventually crashes my VPN. I can't due QOS on the PIX, is there anything else I can do to improve this link?

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Re: Video Over pix/router VPN

post your email address and I will forward you a whitepaper on video over PIX

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Re: Video Over pix/router VPN

Sam,

COuld you email it to me as well please:

william.rockall@nextra.co.uk

I think it could answer some questions I have.

Many thanks

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Re: Video Over pix/router VPN

I could definitely use it as well

ben.h.adams@mail.sprint.com

Thanx in advance!

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Re: Video Over pix/router VPN

I could really use that white paper as well.

patrick.capozzi@polycom.com

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Re: Video Over pix/router VPN

Sachon -

Can you also send a copy of this white paper to Ben.Morris@ogilvy.com

Much appreciated.

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Re: Video Over pix/router VPN

It seems a few of us (including me) want to see this whitepaper.

Could you post a URL for it?

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Re: Video Over pix/router VPN

We are lookiing into doing IP video over our VPN. We also use a PIX firewall. Can you e-mail me this whitepaper? Thanks.

dave.barber@storaenso.com

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Re: Video Over pix/router VPN

Hello,

can you forward this whitepaper to me please?

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Re: Video Over pix/router VPN

Is your internet VPN connection provided by the same carrier on either side and if so does this carrier provide any SLA's. If not your issue is due to the accumulated latency and jitter traversing the internet and there is very likely little you can do besides changing your network to either frame, ATM, or dedicated unless you can find a carrier that will provide you an SLA end to end delay and jitter on their IP/VPN network. Some providers that offer this are Global Crossing, quest, equant ...

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