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Old 27th January 2010, 07:25
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I've setup a NAT gateway with Asterisk and such, and am up to the stage of getting Quaility of service working.

I'm following along in this article http://www.howtoforge.com/voip_qos_t...oute2_asterisk

and having trouble understanding what these mean
0x02: Minimize Monetary Cost
0x04: Maximize Reliability
0x08: Maximize Throughput
0x10: Minimize Delay

Perhaps examples would help.

And although a great article, it could be expanded on much more, such as what IProute2, tc, qdisk and such do.

While I'm here, might there be a web interface such as ntop that could handle this better? one that works just as well as doing on via command line.
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can any one?
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Unfortunately I'm no Asterisk expert...
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