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Topic # 61034 7-May-2010 14:13
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Got myself a PAP2T and an iTalk account. Got it all set up this morning and working great.
Used the settings from sbiddle's blog and input the italk settings and worked right off.

Now I am wanting to set up some QOS settings in my Cnet car-854 router but these settings have me stumped.
Here is a screenshot of the settings


As you can see - I have the PAP2T plugged into port 4.

I have a fixed IP on the PAP - 192.168.1.15

Exactly waht settings do I input and where?

Many thanks for any help.


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  Reply # 327835 7-May-2010 21:08
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OK - I have taken a complete guess at this.
Can anyone confirm whether the following is correct or close and give any pointers please?


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  Reply # 328401 10-May-2010 10:01
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You pretty much want everything blank in the rule fields except the Enet4 port field, and maybe the IP or MAC address.

Also make sure the rule applies to both UDP & TCP traffic.

VoIP signaling is normally on port 5060, but there are also the RTP ports that actually carried the voice data.

By making the rule as simple as possible, then it should ensure ALL traffic on that Eth port or IP/MAC address is prioritised.




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  Reply # 328404 10-May-2010 10:09
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Thanks so much for that.

The action field is OK I take it?

I have read on some other forums that I also need to set up another rule for all other traffic to set that to a lower priority. is that correct or is this one rule enough?

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  Reply # 328405 10-May-2010 10:16
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Yes, I think that field is fine. The main thing is for the router to prioritise the outgoing traffic, all the tagging etc doesn't make much difference unless you have a special broadband plan that will utilise this.





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