I have a real problem. We have a client who uses an 1811 with a T1. I have the following config set up on their router, but they have a tremendous amount of choppiness and horrendous call quality. I will warn you that I'm not a VoIP or QoS guy at all, but I do the router configs, so any help would be VERY helpful!!
First of all remove the policy from the fastethernet int and the bandwidth command as you don't really need them.I assume that the phones are on the same LAN as the router.If so what is it connected to and what is the config.
This client connects to us through a VPN tunnel. Their call control is handled on the other end of the tunnel. Their phones are on the same LAN, but the gateway that they pull dial tone from is on our end (their terminating end-point). I was under the impression that the bandwidth statement has to be enabled on the egress interface for AutoQoS to do proper calculations. It applies the policy to the interface that AutoQoS is applied to.
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