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If we have a voip nework that is fine internally but when brining in a remote vpn network we have latency. The problem is only heard on the other side. How can we troubleshoot it.
How do i calculate Latency and Jitter for VoIP. I will just be logging into a cisco router and from that how do i calculate Latency and Jitter. Is there any command line interface which will give this. Please do help me. Thank you.
Why is it that on a VoIP enabled WAN with proper priority Queuing in place, that VoIP traffic is still dropped when the WAN pipe is totally utilized (i.e. during backups) even though the VoIP traffic does not exceed the priority queue size? Router cpu utilization is around 10 to 15%.