VoIP QoS and Performance

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About VoIP QoS and Performance

Ensuring VoIP QoS (quality of service) is vital to IP telephony networks. Learn how to optimize VoIP performance and ensure users are experiencing the call quality they expect. This section covers common voice over IP problems like VoIP packet loss, jitter, latency and echo, and VoIP management best practices to minimize or eliminate them. It also explains how to accurately calculate bandwidth requirements for VoIP and implement QoS mechanisms for prioritizing voice traffic on the enterprise network.