Begin forwarded message:
> From: Chris Liljenstolpe <cdl at asgaard dot org>
> Date: 06 August 2006 10.05.28 CST
> To: m0n0wall at list dot m0n0 dot ch
> Subject: Re: VoIP voice quality suprise
> This only affects the link between the switch and the VoIP adapter
> (it means that the VoIP adapter-switch link can't have traffic
> going both ways (tx and rx) at the same time). It is relevant only
> to the switch-ATA link. Any other system on the Ethernet
> (including your m0n0wall) will not even know that state (nor care -
> the switch takes care of the buffering).
> P.S. How are you identifying the inbound VoIP rule for the
> bandwidth shaper? Remember, the ATA MAY use a random port to
> source the traffic (therefore, the inbound traffic MAY be to a
> random port). It would be best to use some other identifier (like
> source address from your VoIP provider).