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Watchguard XTM22  - QOS for VOIP through site to site VPN

Posted on 2011-02-27
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Hello Experts - does anyone know if it is possible to prioritise VOIP traffic through an IPSEC site to site VPN between two XTM22 firewalls ?

There is an awful lot of documentation on the Watchguard site but I can't seem to find what we need

thanks

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which protocol  you are using for VOIP?
H323?
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Try Traffic Management

set minimum guaranteed bandwidth to xxx

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for the above you have to create BOVPN policy for voip traffic then set the bandwidth limits


hope this will help you,please let me know if any doubts?
Thanks
Narendra
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thanks will try and let you know
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haven't had time yet
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