Soren Vanggaard Jensen wrote:
> Hi Ugo,
> The startup delay is probably caused by you ITSP or your VoIP device.
> Try reducing the size of your jitterbuffer (i think sipura calls this
> parameter "network latency").
I don't think I have access to this setting.
> Also make the VoIP rules tighter. Use something like
> match udp
> match packet size 0-500
I may try that, but I don't understand how this could help. There
shouldn't be any other traffic going from/to the MTA than VoIP.
> Finally you could try to reduce the MTU. This may however bust some
-> Please don't send a copy of your reply by e-mail. I read the list.
-> Please avoid top-posting, long signatures and HTML, and cut the
irrelevant parts in your replies.
> Søren Vanggaard Jensen
>> From: Ugo Bellavance <ugob at camo dash route dot com>
>> To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
>> Subject: [m0n0wall] Traffic shaping, VoIP delays
>> Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2005 16:59:24 -0500
>> I'm using a vonage phone behind my m0n0wall. When I call people,
>> I don't hear the first seconds of the conversation (i.e. when they
>> answer and quickly say "Hello...", I can only hear the "o" or just
>> I tried something like this:
>> But it did not give any results. I guess it makes sense since this
>> reserves some bandwidth for VoIP only. I have the problem even if my
>> connexion is almost unused. What should I do?