How do you determine the amount of bandwidth required for VoIP?
TheCount 2 years ago
Is there an easy way to determine the amount of bandwidth required for a given number of voice paths through an IP network? I want to be certain that there is sufficient bandwidth to avoid quality issues with voice transmissions before going down the VoIP road.
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