We have a cisco 1751 connected to internet and on the LAN a device of net2phone, to do calls through the internet. ¿It is possible to do some configuration in the router to reserve wide of band and to give him QoS al traffic of voice of this device.?
The configurations of VoIP, with ppp multilink I know them well, my doubt is as implementing a configuración of this type that is connected to an ISP;the team of the ISP to have a similar configuration?, the plan of conexion that have is the following:
That depends on whether your ISP will take any notice of your prioritisation scheme. You may prioritise the traffic that YOU send to THEM (i.e. your voip samples). However, on the return leg of the call, where the ISP is sending the far end speaker's voice to YOU, they may not be applying an equivalent service policy in that direction. This could lead to you missing words etc of the far end speaker.
This is a common problem when using VOIP to the internet. Even if the ISP does implement your policy, you may have to apply fragmentation and interleaving on your low speed serial link. Make sure your ISP supports this - it is often a chargeable option.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.