I am having some issues with a VOIP telephony systems, calls being dropped etc. I have a few sites connected via vpn and via fiber. i was thinking maybe if i put qos on the router to prioritize traffic for voice it might help. below is what i came up with...does this look like it will work? going to be on 2821 and 871 ciscos
class-map match-any VoIP
match dscp ef
match precedence 5
match ip rtp 5004 5004
match ip rtp 2427 2427
match ip rtp 5440 5446
set dscp cs5
well this may be work, but depends on your voip phones status. You are matching some criteris which are coming from your ip phones and if they are not the same then your policy may not match packets.
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