[TriLUG] Site to Site VPN over the net? Good enough for VoIP?
ryan.leathers at globalknowledge.com
Tue Jan 31 09:00:55 EST 2006
VPN over xDSL access loop is a fine Frame Relay replacement for lots of
services, but VoIP is probably never going to be one of them.
On Tue, 2006-01-31 at 08:54 -0500, Chad Thomsen wrote:
> Was wondering if anybody is doing this successfully at there BUSINESS (not
> looking at home usage). I have a 7 site network and was thinking about
> converting from ITC Deltacom frame to speakeasy.net DSL (since they offer a
> CIR like service) but was wondering if very many folks have been successful
> with it. BIG question is performance. What happens if the traffic on the
> internet backbone is really heavy? Would it not effect the performance of
> the VoIP? Speakeasy.net can gaurantee minimum bandwidth to and form the
> "intenet cloud" from each location but once traffic is traveling accross
> that cloud you are at the mercy of the internet backbone.
> Any feedback would be appreciated.
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