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VOIp high priority.

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VOIp high priority.

Is Voip in the gold banding ..?

thxs
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Grafter
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Registered: 03-09-2007

VOIp high priority.

My understanding is that the man from Del Monte, he says "Yes!" to that one.
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VOIp high priority.

well i hope plusnet have updated the software on the ERX1440s... :roll:
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Grafter
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Registered: 03-09-2007

VOIp high priority.

Could you elaborate?
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VOIp high priority.

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Grafter
Posts: 697
Registered: 03-09-2007

VOIp high priority.

I stand corrected, by the way. The correct answer was "silver."

That man from Del Monte doesn't know what he's talking about. Shockedops:
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VOIp high priority.

Thats ok thxs anyway.

yes found out it was silver,

delmonte lovely jubbly.. Cheesy
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Grafter
Posts: 697
Registered: 03-09-2007

VOIp high priority.

I have to say, looking at that link, traffic prioritisation on the Junipers doesn't look very encouraging, does it? At least, that's if I understand it right...
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VOIp high priority.

thats whats i was thinking, i thought the erx1440 had their own traffic managment , and why use e30s i might be wrong..

thks
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That report was comissioned by Cisco. Although that type of kit is not the sort of stuff your everyday PC mag is going to idependantly test Smiley
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VOIp high priority.

I have to agree.

For your everyday example of the Cisco V's Juniper debate, take a look at the Microsoft Windows V's IBM *nix debate.

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2004/06/11/ms_roadshow/
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/09/01/ibm_windowsvlinux/

Such reports always destort facts, focusing on specific scenarios where performance is always going to be good.

I am sure a Juniper commissioned report would say the oposite.

With regards to the PlusNet usage. PlusNet use the Ellacoya for the traffic management, and not the ERX units. They offer far better functions.

They are specificly designed for deep-packet inspection, whereas the ERX isn't. I don't think the Cisco will do that either.