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Org

join:2009-09-13
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reply to palock34

Re: [Fixed] WISP latency causing poor voip call quality

most WISP have 80-90ping which really isn't that much of a delay and should work fine with VoIP.

My guess is you need more upload. 1mb is really 120~kb/s split 4 ways is only 30kb/s which may not be enough for your VoIP quality setting.

*that's assuming nothing else is running and your getting full speed.

/edit I could be wrong I don't use VoIP :/ »techtips.salon.com/much-bandwidt···127.html

"Depending on the protocol used, each concurrent call requires a bandwidth of between 30Kbps to 80Kbps."

" A low-end 2Mbps download and 512Kbps upload broadband connection should be enough for two or three concurrent calls"

jcremin

join:2009-12-22
Siren, WI
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said by Org:

1mb is really 120~kb/s split 4 ways is only 30kb/s which may not be enough for your VoIP quality setting.

You are mixing up kilobits (kb) with kilobytes (kB). 1 megabit is 1024 kilobits, or 128 kilobytes. A VOIP call at most should be 64 kilobits or 8 kilobytes. 1 meg should theoretically support 16 simultaneous 64kb phone calls, but in reality wouldn't leave any headroom. Either way, a few simultaneous calls should be fine.