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Ethernet overhead on VoIP

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    Rob
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    I see that there is IP/UDP/RTP overhead with VoIP. Why is there no overhead from the Ethernet packet?

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    Webmaster
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    There is, but the free calculators on this site don’t take it into account. Remember that Ethernet is a layer 2 (datalink) protocol, whereas IP/UDP/RTP are layer 3 and above.

    We have a product called VoIP Select which also takes into account layer 2 overheads for Ethernet, Frame Relay, PPP and ATM.

    VoIP Select

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