Poor Call Quality - What to do?

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Nat Ray
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Re: Poor Call Quality - What to do?

Post by Nat Ray » Fri Aug 20, 2010 7:53 pm

lentheman wrote:QSO question from a 81 year novice, I have just set up my hub and in contacting my son he said there were drop outs in my signal.(Phila to Atlantic city). I have run speed tests and received the following Comcast numbers ( which I haven't the slightest idea of what they mean).

21.03 mbps down and 4.53 mbps up

my question is what should my settings in the advanced page (upload download) be? Thanks in advance. :( ;)
Your upload and download speeds are fast enough to support the Telo and whatever else your network can muster. Set both QoS (upload and download) to zero . . . :cool:

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Nat Ray
Cox Communications > Motorola SB5120 > Netgear RangeMax WNDR3700 > Telo / Cisco Catalyst 2924 XL
Telo Handset / Panasonic KX-TG6445 + 7 other handsets = 12
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QoS managed by router via Ethernet port . . .

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