SIP Trunking Quality of a Service
SIP (Sessions Initiation Protocol) trunking system has many features and benefits. The best benefit being the cost and provision of time. It has better service quality. It is almost the equally capable service provider as is the PRI (Primary Rate Interface).
SIP trunking system becomes much better when we keep in view its configuration issues properly. If the organization has a very high speed internet connection then it can let its SIP system work in its fullest capacity and without any problem at all. For users having a “fat” connection (QoS guaranteed) can make the best use of SIP trunking interface.
SIP is a better Quality Service:
Quality of service becomes an issue when the time-sensitive packets (specially the voice) are being sent over the IP network. We always now that there is a large amount of traffic flow. The lost as well as rerouted packets are increasing the traffic. IP networking works best in these conditions.
We already know that if a packet is lost, the network sends it again to the desired location. This is normal in normal with internet traffic. But this is not normal with voice communication. Because if a packet is lost, there is a problem with voice quality. This problem may be fixed with the progress in the IP and VoIP technology and equipment. This progress in the equipment has gone a long way to overcome this issue of the voice quality over VoIP.
SIP Trunking has no quality issues:
SIP trunking quality of service has made the VoIP calls almost equal in quality to PSTN. The “jitter” or loss of quality in voice communications is no more an issue now. We recommend the VoIP users to have “fat” internet connection, more bandwidth and get the most of the SIP trunking advantage from the VoIP installations.
We also recommend that a company’ VoIP data traffic should be splitted in two separate connections so that there not much load at the internal network.
Moreover, if you have an on-premises QoS (Quality of Service) router, it will be used to settle the priority issues.
The voice packets will be preferred over any other packets so that the quality of voice remains normal and the voice packets don’t face any delay problems. This will ensure that the traffic has better shaping and the incoming VoIP packets have better capacity. The MPLS circuits may be used to “tag” the VoIP packets so that they have priority over the other packets in the pipeline.
Another technique to set the priority of the VoIP packets can be implemented, this technique is the method of firewall. It can organize the traffic and make it sure that QoS are for the VoIP packets. It also includes ‘throttling’ which can hold the ordinary traffic (just like a virtual traffic cop) to let the VoIP packets have a smooth flow.
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