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VOIP trunking and network requirements

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    Lars K

    We are experiencing trouble when trying to connect two tdm based PBX’s with IP cards over an mpls based vpn.

    The network is qos enabled, and guarantees 40ms jitter and 60 ms delay.

    Has anyone experience with trunking unders such circumstances?

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    Noname (the old one)

    We have a VPN under less than perfect conditions to Mexico.

    The link goes down a lot, and by now we let the guys in Mexico move the VPN point from one provider to another, in a attempt to keep the service up as much as posible.

    But when the link is up, with around 300 Ms or less, the voice quality is perfect.

    Normally, we have 4 to six lines busy all the time.

    It should work perfect with such a good network.

    NAd unless you have some bandwith hogs, you may need the QOS to operate.

    Best luck, and I do not have any opinion of sysmaster.

    Well I take it back. I spoke with some sales people. I agree that theyare the pushiest one on the VOIP market.

    Good luck!!!


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