SonicOS/X 7 VoIP

Quality of Service

QoS encompasses a number of methods intended to provide predictable network behavior and performance. Network predictability is vital to VoIP and other mission critical applications. No amount of bandwidth can provide this sort of predictability, because any amount of bandwidth is ultimately used to its capacity at some point in a network. Only QoS, when configured and implemented correctly, can properly manage traffic, and guarantee the desired levels of network service.

SonicOS/X includes QoS features that adds the ability to recognize, map, modify and generate the industry-standard 802.1p and Differentiated Services Code Points (DSCP) Class of Service (CoS) designators.

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