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Glen Turner <glen.turner@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> uttered the following thing:
> <blatant plug>
> Much better to use an ISP with explicit support and QoS for VoIP
> </blatant plug>

That helps for half of it, but you're still on your own when it comes to
upstream qos, which imho is the bigger factor. Personally I use the 'tc'
based tools, prioritising RTP traffic over TCP.

Keep in mind that the SIP ports (5060) don't need any qos - it's RTP
that needs it (so check the apps to see what udp ports they use for rtp).