How much bandwidth do I need?
How much bandwidth does my network need to support a VoIP phone system?
The minimum recommended bandwidth is 100 kbps up and down. Keep in mind the more call paths you want the more it will use your bandwidth.
2 common audio codecs and their approximate bandwidth usage per call path are G711: 85kb per call path / G729: 30kb per call path
Not sure about your speed? Test it here! www.speedtest.net
Common VoIP Issues
Latency and Jitter: Latency is the time gap that it takes the audio to reach the user. When you have the firewall configured to prioritize VoIP traffic, latency is not an issue. Jitter is a type of poor audio. Jitter is often an Internet Service ...
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