VoIP using Netmeeting compatible with 350 WLAN bridge
I wanted to validate if it is possible to successfully complete VoIP calls via Microsoft's NetMeeting application over a netwok deploying the 350 WLAN bridge. My concern is that yNetmeetings H.323 protocol may not be compatible with the VLAN implementation on the 350 bridge.
Also, if a 3200 router is incorporated in the network, are there conflicts between the H.323 and the VPN security that exists in the 3200.
Does the 350 incorporate the VPN client , and if so is this what leads to incompatability issues in H.323 based VoIP imlemenattions.
Re: VoIP using Netmeeting compatible with 350 WLAN bridge
It is, possible to have H323 (Netmeeting calls ) on the 350 WLAN bridges. But if there are many calls at the same time, this could lead to Qos issues. And as far as the VPN Security is concerned, its upto you to configure it to allow or prevent the calls.The following documents could give you an insight on the security stuff.
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