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We have request from our marketing department to use Skype. Video and sound are unavailable, Skype states the connection is too slow. We use Cisco ASA firewall, there is 1GB laser link connection between our main campus and the site requesting Skype usage. We also have QoS set for phone traffic. We use Websense web content filtering. I have checked for ports Skype and they are open on firewall.
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Did you check the Websense logs for blocked traffic?
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It actually turned up to be as simple as webcam not that great. I do appreciate your suggestion though - thank you
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Unable to do thorough testing until user PC was available for more testing...
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