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  Reply # 1081197 4-Jul-2014 20:42
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RunningMan: The number is the CIR in kb/s.


^this

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  Reply # 1081204 4-Jul-2014 20:58
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Thanks :)

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  Reply # 1081206 4-Jul-2014 21:01
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TimA, I'm disappointed. you surly would know the euba plans :p

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  Reply # 1081207 4-Jul-2014 21:04
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kornflake: TimA, I'm disappointed. you surly would know the euba plans :p


We only use one at Vodafone. EUBA 0.
Committed information rate was my hunch but didnt know for sure.
We also have the profiles that limit to 1m/256 ETC.




 


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  Reply # 1081333 5-Jul-2014 10:42
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The number is the CIR value to support a VoIP call with quaranteed QoS, hence the options matching bandwidth requirements for G.729 and G.711a calls. These profiles were originally created when Telecom was in the early stages of their IMS replacement project to replace the PSTN.



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