The following is the configuration required to prioritize VoIP traffic, you can also customize the bandwidth reserved by telnet commands 'qos status'.
1. Go to Bandwidth Management >> Quality of Service, check Enable for the WAN interface that will have VoIP traffic. Specify the Inbound (download) and Outbout (upload) Bandwidth of that WAN interface (For DSL WAN, please refer to Setting up DSL WAN Bandwidth for QoS) Make sure you enter the actual bandwidth because this will affect how the router allocates the bandwidth.
2. At the bottom of the page, check Enable the First Priority for VoIP SIP/RTP. If your SIP server is not using port 5060, specify the port number at SIP UDP Port. (Note: The router finds out the RTP port from SIP packets, so it's necessary to specify the SIP port.)
3. (Optional) You may click Status and check if the VoIP traffic is detected correctly. We can see the VoIP is independent to other QoS classes.
When First Priority for VoIP is enabled, the router will monitor the call quality and might reserve even more bandwidth if the quality is poor. However, the router will assure the non-VoIP traffic can always use at least 50% of the WAN's bandwidth (based on the Inbound/Outbound Bandwidth settings on each WAN). If you need more bandwidth for VoIP traffic, you may customize the minimum bandwidth for non-VoIP traffic by telnet commands below.
qos setup -I [value] Set the minimum download bandwidth to [value] Kbps.
qos setup -O [value] Set the minimum outbound bandwidth to [value] Kbps.
qos setup -v 1 When VoIP detected, limit the bandwidth for non-VoIP traffic to the minimum value immediately.
qos setup -v 0 Adjust the bandwidth gradually until it reaches the minimum value.
Note: The commands also apply to local VoIP service on VoIP models.
1. Go to Bandwidth Management >> Quality of Service >> Hardware QoS,
2. Go to Bandwidth Management >> QoS Rule >> VoIP QoS and select Enable. If your SIP server is not using port 5060, specify the port number at SIP UDP Port. (Note: The router finds out the RTP port from SIP packets, so it's necessary to specify the SIP port.)
3. (Optional) Try to make a call, then go to Bandwidth Management >> Quality of Service >> QoS Status to see the VoIP is detected and categorized into the queue 'High'.
Published On: May 25, 2016
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