Justin Ellison wrote:
> I'm actually about 80% done with this. It's working, I just need to
> figure out the best way to deal with large IPSec transfers killing the
> VoIP traffic. I have a test Vonage box that I have yet to hook up and
> test. There's supposed to be up to 15 inches of snow here today, so
> maybe I'll get some time soon ;-)
I'd like to offer some encouragement to you if you're working on this.
I use m0n0wall and asterisk as a SIP proxy. I frequently route SIP traffic
over IPSec and non-IPSec interfaces. I'd *love* to see SIP added to the
traffic shaper. Large downloads tend to seriously degrade my SIP
connections, and that's not a good thing in a mixed SIP + non-SIP network.
BTW, how are you identifying SIP/RTP data in order to give it higher priority?
Also, is it possible to add a rule to my current shaper configs now? Does
anyone have a working set of shaper rules for SIP/RTP?
Jesse Guardiani, Systems Administrator
WingNET Internet Services,
P.O. Box 2605 // Cleveland, TN 37320-2605
423-559-LINK (v) 423-559-5145 (f)