mshaw at fairpoint.com
Tue Aug 6 17:42:06 UTC 2013
Make sure the remote phone is using a low bandwidth codec too. In a previous life changing a remote (home) user's phone from G.711 to G.729 made all the difference in the world to their call quality.
Matthew Shaw – Sr. Network Administrator
FairPoint Communications | mshaw at fairpoint.com
From: Brandon Galbraith [mailto:brandon.galbraith at gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 06, 2013 12:11 PM
To: Andy Ringsmuth
Cc: NANOG list
Subject: Re: Comcast contact
Have you monitored your user's home Comcast connection with regards to packet loss or latency, preferably from network-near the SIP termination point?
On Tue, Aug 6, 2013 at 10:56 AM, Andy Ringsmuth <andy at newslink.com> wrote:
> Any chance someone on this list is affiliated with Comcast who could contact me off-list? I have an employee in Virginia who works from home using, in part, a VOIP desk telephone tied into our office phone system back in Nebraska. She's had nothing but problems maintaining a stable connection and I'm at my wit's end to diagnose and fix whatever is causing her problems.
> I've got this exact setup with several employees around the country, but this one person is the only one who, 1 - has problems and 2 - has Comcast.
> Much appreciated!
> Andy Ringsmuth
> andy at newslink.com
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