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Cisco ASA Best Practice QoS Config w/ Asterisk / Trixbox

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Hi,

I just need a straight forward/best practice config guide to setup VOIP QoS for inside traffic and prioritize VOIP packets as they leave the outside interface.

It's for an ASA 5505 and 5510.

thanks.
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You would likely use priority queuing to push the voice traffic out first. Take a look at http://blog.ine.com/tag/mpf/. This is a fairly comprehensive guide and example for the various voip data and signalling types of traffic.

Good Luck
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great thorough link...thanks.
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