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I need help configuring a remote office firewall to allow great Voice over IP.  I have configure the QoS Port Based Settings to Port on the LAN interface that the VOIP phone is on which must connect to a Hosted PBX system.  I have set it to the Highest Priority then have configured CoS traffic forwarding queues to highest (4) for CoS priority 5, 6, 7 and selected the proper interface.  I am not very savvy with VOIP CoS prioritization and I could really use some help to figure out how to provide the best VOIP quality on this small 1 computer, 1 VOIP phone office sitting behind a Cisco RV215W router which connects to a Broadband modem and is seeing 10Mb down and 1 Mb up.  Bandwidth management is set to  a lower upstream and downstream 850k up and 9500 down. and I have enabled SIP service TCP and UDP 5060/5061 High Priority on both upstream and downstream.  I am attaching some images of the settings page I have and have turned on logging informational
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Thanks SouthMod.  I guess I'll have to make a call in to Cisco.  I'd be happy to turn over the points if I could get some guidance of any kind.
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Is your VoIP phone set to mark the packet with DSCP value 46 and have the switch trust the DSCP value? Is your PBX hosted on-site or hosted?
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No suitable answer was provided during the time I had the issue.
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