This is where network assessment comes in, to not only uncover but to make scientific recommendations as to your specific network before deploying VoIP. So get it done before, again after changes, then after implementing VoIP/SIP telephony. Then, you must have something in place to monitor the network "ongoing" thereafter. Otherwise, your time will be spent chasing the phantoms and your original TCO will be ridden with holes and that means no promotions, pay raises or even retention.
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