What's the most important factor in VoIP call quality?
jack12 1 year ago
Ok, I understand that I need a certain amount of bandwidth to ensure good call quality on a VoIP system, but what is the most important factor in call quality, assuming you have sufficient bandwidth? We have QoS rules in place that prioritize voice traffic, but how much do factors like latency and jitter affect sound quality?
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