sponsored by Global Knowledge
Posted:  27 Aug 2009
Published:  27 Aug 2009
Format:  HTML
Length:  12  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

In this white paper, we are going to discuss the application of QoS to networks with media flows installed within them, such as voice and video. We'll see that it is very unnatural for voice to even exist on a data network, because it was never designed to do so. To take advantage of many modern advances in IP-based telephony, we must take into consideration several design and configuration factors before we can ever expect it to function properly.






BROWSE RELATED RESOURCES
Converged Networks | IP Routing | IP Telephony | IP Videoconferences | Network Capacity | Network Configuration Management | QOS | Unified Messaging | Voice Networking

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