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Wed Feb 22 14:34:12 MST 2006
On Fri, Feb 10, 2006 at 11:36:15AM -0700, Ken MacFerrin wrote:
> This is what I'm really interested in. I have 2 ATA's with 3 Vonage
> lines running behind one of my WRT54G's on a Comcast HSI connection.
> I've tried many different combos of QoS settings but have yet to find
> one that works well under any real load. Most any time there is heavy
> traffic (especially upstream) the voice quality takes a nosedive. I'd
> love to find a firmware that could get VoIP QoS right. Most the
> firmwares will allow you prioritize SIP but it's not much help as SIP is
> only used to setup the VoIP connection. The actual voice protocol is
> usually RTP or some other protocol that that's similarly hard to track..
Can't you just classify by source/destination IP address if you're using
external ATAs? If you feel masochistic, do the tc/iptables stuff yourself.
I've got a start on my web site, but it needs improvement/customization to be
really useful. It works ok for me though.
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