That can help and probably plays more a factor in professional deployments
but for the hobbyist using the common broadband transports (cable, xDSL,
...) I find it mostly comes down to just getting the quickest connection
you can reasonably afford and cranking up the jitter buffer :O
Just using G.711 u-law (I haven't really played with other codecs to say
whether that could be a factor) end-to-end I've been able to achieve 28.8
kbps+ connects over VoIP with 50/10 Comast "business" as the transport on
On Mon, Feb 9, 2015 at 12:18 PM, Mike Whalen <mikew at thecomputervalet.com>
On February 9, 2015 at 11:16:30 AM, Sean Caron (scaron
It's all about latency and jitter. If you can keep the latency and jitter
down... and consistent... modems will actually work pretty well over VoIP
and you can sometimes pull off some fairly high data rates... If jitter on
the link is very bad, good luck, even at 300 baud.
Is this something usually made better by setting up QoS or traffic shaping?