AutoQoS Configuration

This article covers configuration of AutoQoS VoIP and AutoQoS for the Enterprise. One of the common problems that can arise when designing a network is ensuring that the traffic that is being transported is able to get the appropriate amount of attention and priority when it needs it. For example, if implementing Voice over IP […]

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Advanced ACL Configuration

When working with network devices, one of the simplest methods of controlling traffic is using access control lists (ACL). This article extends on the ‘Basic Access List Configuration’ article that covered the basics and how to configure a basic access list. This article reviews the different advanced options that exist when implementing ACLs, including lists […]

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Cisco’s PPDIOO Network Cycle

In the modern world of computer networks, there are many moving parts that must be carefully controlled in order to get the most out of them. One of the methods that can be used to provide this is by following a network lifecycle; these lifecycles define an approach that can be followed for each stage […]

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Congestion Management Configuration

As discussed in the VoIP Quality of Service (QoS) Basics article, one of the methods of controlling the amount of congestion on the network is to utilize congestion management techniques, primarily queue configuration. This article addresses the various congestion management techniques, and reviews the steps required to configure it on a network. To read the […]

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Basic Dial Peer Concepts and Configuration

One of the most important concepts to understand when implementing voice over networks on Cisco equipment is the concept of dial peers and call legs. This article discusses this concept and reviews the configuration steps required for implementation. To read the entire article, please follow the accompanying link: http://www.petri.com/voip-dial-peer-configuration.htm

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