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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 100323 9-Apr-2012 10:18 Send private message

Well after suffering some very bad call quality I decided to try to get to the bottom of the problem.

Firstly my ping to 2talk:

Pretty stable. Thoughts?

Then I found that my router wasnt QoS'ing my traffic so I had to modify the QoS rule.

Now it seems better and Bria on the SGSII works beatuifully. I cant say the same about SGSI - maybe it was a CPU processing power thing.


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 606993 9-Apr-2012 10:32 Send private message

How's your wireless coverage, I not you are saying Bria on SGSII which I assume means wireless, If it is then any other device on the wireless just browsing the net could cause network problems.

Also try SIPdroid, Bria is a bit of a pig

Most problems are the result of previous solutions...

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  Reply # 607246 10-Apr-2012 03:44 Send private message

This is what a torrent session does to your ping response times:

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  Reply # 607703 11-Apr-2012 10:29 Send private message

Not surprising, torrents can easily saturate your connection without good QoS particularly upload which has a large impact on latency.

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