VoIP Network Readiness Assessment

Why Itís Essential and Cost-Effective

By Fluke Networks
Posted August 2009

 

Abstract:

 

The rapid evolution of VoIP communications has allowed organizations to better serve customers and compete more effectively, but VoIP implementation is a major challenge since even the most seemingly simple changes could significantly affect your network performance. It is essential to identify and resolve service and readiness problems across the entire network prior to any deployment or expansion of an existing VoIP network.

 

In this webinar, youíll learn how-to perform a VoIP network readiness assessment that will provide answers to the following questions:

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Are the LAN and WAN circuits capable of handling the increased traffic from the VoIP deployment?

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Do you need to implement Quality of Service (QoS) policies?

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What type of Mean Opinion Score (MOS) call quality can you expect?

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What is the major factor affecting voice call quality Ė delay, packet loss, jitter or codec?

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How many concurrent VoIP calls can the network handle without impacting existing applications or call quality?

 

 

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Approximately 28 minutes

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