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RE: More on Vonage service disruptions...
- From: Greg Boehnlein
- Date: Wed Mar 02 22:18:01 2005
On Wed, 2 Mar 2005, Fergie (Paul Ferguson) wrote:
> Ah, and therein lies the rub.
> Any sort of QoS frob that is implemented for VoIP
> (or any other traffic for that matter) _must_ be
> truly honored end-to-end, and at every intermediate
> hop in between, for it to be "guaranteed" -- otherwise
> when traffic that you may designate as "higher quality"
> is handed off to another administrative domain that
> does not honor your traffic classifications, all bets
> are off.
> If you do not "own" the end-to-end network
> infrastructure, there is no way to guarantee any
> preferential handling of any particular subset of
So, set your Rate-Limiting of SIP traffic to 1 packet per second for the
network that YOU control and then offer your VoIP subscribers a different
QOS profile at a higher cost.
Bingo, problem solved. The economy will work itself out.
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