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#28856 14-Dec-2008 11:20
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ive got a skyfone USB-W1D and im on woosh is there something i can do to get it working good ..ive made a couple of calls to people and for the first few seconds its very clear then it goes totally crappy...if seen a youtube video on opening a port on the router for skype would this fix it and make it perfect or is it just my crappy woosh?

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  #183993 14-Dec-2008 11:51
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If your Woosh connection is giving you latency, then it will affect your Skype.
And most Woosh connections I ever saw were usually low bandwidth and high latency.... if thats changed since I last touched Woosh.....

Opening ports for Skype dosent really work as Skype generally walks around firewalls/router anyway (even our work one where the boss is really paranoid about securty etc)




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  #183995 14-Dec-2008 11:55
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Is this a call to another Woosh user or a call to a landline using SkypeOut?

Typically Woosh wireless delivers very poor performance that is completey unsuitable for any VoIP applications. There can also be issues with poor quality calls to NZ numbers using SkypeOut.

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