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Using Linux to verify DSCP

As previously demonstrated on Windows, here we’ll verify DSCP values using Linux. When implementing application(s) that require QoS such as voice and video, it is critical to verify the integrity of DSCP values. Keep in mind there are many applications, … Continue reading

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Using Windows to verify DSCP

In today’s converged networks Voice over IP (or VoIP) is a way to provide voice services over packet switched networks, replacing traditional circuit switched networks. While voice communications (as in audio) is a real-time application IP networks have inherent latency … Continue reading

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