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Most examples use port (ranges) to specify Voip traffic. It can be more reliably identified by matching protocol. I am using following lines on my 877s inbound policy on Vlan1: class-map match-any VOIP-SIGNAL match protocol sip class-map match-any VOIP-RTP match protocol rtp match protocol rtcp associated with: policy-map VOIP-QOS class VOIP-SIGNAL set dscp af11 class VOIP-RTP set dscp ef This arrangement reliably identifies VoIP traffic, it is easy to implement and there is no need to worry about ACLs. My 5cnts, protocol based QoS is way to go on devices that support it. IOS version 12.3. recognizes tens of protocols, 12.4. even more.
Hi, For the linux ping command, sometime it still allows fragmentation to goes through. I suggest adding "-M do" which prohibit fragmentation for even local one. This is a safer way to find the correct MTU. I also wrote an automated script to find the max MTU for linux user only here: http://idyllictux.wordpress.com/2009/06/19/script-find-maximum-mtu/
The firmware files and web pages have been preserved by archive.org. This could be used as a replacement for the dead link.
I managed to get to the screen to input my own username and password but the screen just sort of keeps reloading itself over and over again. There is no way I can enter a username or passord. I tried and got the same thing on Firefox, IE and Google Chrome. Any help would be welcome
1- Change wireless router encryption to WEP, rather than WPA. (I understand switching to WPA2 could also help with some compatibility issues...) 2- Uninstall router management software that came with router (My D-Link router came with a program called “Network Magic”. It seemed to be interfering with the Windows-7 wireless software that was already installed on my laptop. Uninstalling it noticeably improved my internet speed) 3- Change wireless adapter settings: In "Properties", unclick "TCP/IPv6" 4- Change wireless adapter settings: In "Properties/Configure", disabled Ad Hoc QoS Mode. 5- Change wireless adapter settings: In "Properties/Configure", changed Wireless Mode to 802.11g 6- In Control Panel/Power Options: Change advanced power settings... Wireless adapter settings: set to Maximum Performance (ON and OFF battery modes).
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24/10/2012 11:30 GMT can not login CC for a couple of hours anyone having simmilar issues?? Used all callcentric.com, sip.callcentric.com, srv.callcentric.com! With SRV enabled in csipsimple!