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    Stéphane
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    Most of VoIP solution manufacturer recommend Header Compression. Will you include Header Compression in your calculators?

    Thanks a lot.
    Great work! Great explanation.

    #19841 Reply
    Voip Calculator Webmaster
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    Hello,

    Yes, we plan to make some modifications to take Header Compression into account on our online calculators. The difficulty is, we are uncertain whether there is an industry standard. I have seen Cisco quote a scheme which reduces the headers to 2-4 bytes, but I don’t know if this is a Cisco proprietary system, and whether it can be used in all circumstances.

    VoIP is a difficult subject to research. If you find any information, please share it on this Forum.

    Thanks for your encouraging comments.

    #19842 Reply
    Jose QUintero
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    The Header compresion is recomended only for link of low speed, for hing spedd above 256 Kbps is not recomended.
    Furtheremore, it required a loit of CPU cycles, that can degrade the performace of the Gateway.

    #19843 Reply
    Mian Hameed
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    Steph here is a Cisco trivia relating to your question:
    RTP header compression is configured if the following conditions exist in your network:
    · Slow links
    · Need to save bandwidth

    RTP header compression should not be used on links greater than 2 Mbps. Thanks

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