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Optimize Avaya Traffic Beween 2 Subnets

Posted on 2014-11-16
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Hi,

I have 2 riverbed devices and both ends one a 550 and a 1050. I need to optimize or allocate more bandwidth for my Avaya voice traffic.

How do i go about allocating more bandwidth for my voice traffic ?

Thanks,
Asif
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Adjust you outbound and inbound QoS on the Riverbed devices.  Instructions are given in this document:
https://support.riverbed.com/doc/steelhead/7.0/html/deploy_sha/qos.05.4.html
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