[lug] LUG Digest, Vol 115, Issue 27

Davide Del Vento davide.del.vento at gmail.com
Fri May 31 12:19:29 MDT 2013

Problem is, often times the 5 Mbps are down speed. Up speed can be as
low as 1/10 of the down speed, and the phone call need same speed in
both directions. But even so, if your numbers are correct, everything
should be ok. I recommend trying http://www.speedtest.net/ on the
actual connection.

On Fri, May 31, 2013 at 12:12 PM, Tim Singleton <tims-blug at dystopian.org> wrote:
> I use Nextiva for SIP trunks and they have been great.
> They claim that phone calls take around 82 Kbps per concurrent call, so
> 3 phones lines shouldn't affect your 5 Mbps of bandwidth at all.
> On 5/31/2013 12:00 PM, lug-request at lug.boulder.co.us wrote:
>> I am considering setting up a FreePBX for a medical office, where phones are very important.
>> Are people having good uptime with a FreePBX??
>> * Is 3 phone lines with 5MB bandwidth reasonable? (I have ?cloud EMR needing 150k).
>> * I believe a active voice call should only need 100k?
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