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 From:  jjoshua at comcast dot net
 To:  "Chris Bagnall" <m0n0wall at minotaur dot cc>, <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  RE: [m0n0wall] Monowall with Vonage VOIP
 Date:  Sat, 06 Aug 2005 04:47:07 +0000
No Vonage for me.  I was very unhappy with their service.  However, if you have regular Vonage
service, you can also subscribe to their soft phone service which works with any SIP device.

My * box is dedicated so I don't need to worry about anything but phone calls taking up bandwidth. 
Since my upstream bandwidth is limited to 368kb, I want to make sure that voice traffic always gets
the highest priority.

Traffic shaping was the biggest reason for upgrading to m0n0.  Otherwise, I have been happy with my
SMC 7004br for years.

So far, everything is working well.

> > > Here's my trafic shaper config.  I'm using an asterisk server
> > ( 
> > > instead of an ATA but it's the same thing...  Basically, anything 
> > > to/from the 
> > > server get's all of the bandwidth that it needs.  Everything else 
> > > shares the rest.
> > > At least that's how I think that it's working...
> Looks like it. Out of curiosity, are you using vonage on asterisk? I was
> under the impression that vonage were very funny about customers not using
> the kit they supplied, and only that kit...
> Might also be worth pointing out that your ruleset appears to give maximum
> weight to all traffic in/out of the asterisk box - doesn't this cause
> network problems for other users if/when you're doing software updates or
> other net use on the asterisk box?