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VOIP prioritisation

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Jayrog, Feb 17, 2005.

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  1. Jayrog

    Jayrog Thread Starter

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    I was wondering if anyone could tell me how to configure my HP switches (ProCurve 2524) to give precedence to VOIP packets?

    I've got some IP handsets on the way and believe there can be a bit of an echo if I don't do this...

    Searching around the HP support centre hasn't been much help to me so I'm hoping someone here will!

    Thanks
     
  2. jghost5

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    Hi, I manage 6 small workgroups with multiple gateways and switches.
    I also use skype voip, this is the only voip protocol I have worked with.
    But I have no issue with echo what so ever.
    I didn't open any extra ports for this.
     
  3. hermes

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    To prioritize traffic for voice on certain ports use this:

    To set high priority for voice on interfaces 1,2 and 3

    int 1
    qos priority 7
    int 2
    qos priority 7
    int 3
    qos priority 7

    There are 7 levels and 6 and 7 are generally voice and video. 5 and 4 would be mission critical data. 3 is all other data. 1 is peer-to-peer. Obviously you can set other ports to use lower priorities.

    The following command will set qos priority to 7 for a device (192.168.10.1 in this example:

    qos device-priority 192.168.10.1 pri 7

    That is the extent of my knowledge although if you try www.tek-tips.com they are a more enterprise orientated forum and have VOIP and HP forums open.
     
  4. Jayrog

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    Thanks to you both.. much appreciated!!
     
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