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QoS Video - I want to prioritise video traffic. What protocols and port numbers should I add to my QoS design?

Can someone please tell me what protocols and port numbers I need to add to my Prec 5 DSCP QoS configurations to ensure that any video traffic gets pushed out first if there is congestion. Is it just ...
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what is a data only mode card

I have a router (cisco 1841 modular router) and in the router's guide. They guide says that the c1841 is a data-only mode, even the VWIC cards is data only. I want to add a Polycom group series 500 ...
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Regarding polycom call setup using ISDN

I am using polycom HDX 7000 series VC. We used to call HQ using the IP of their VC but now HQ wants the call setup to be done using phone number. I checked the docs for it and it says, it can be done....
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Is there any video streaming online service that actually uses UDP?

We usually hear that UDP is used with data with which a few packets loss/out-of-order can be tolerated like video streaming. And the instructor typically goes on saying "so if you lose a few ...
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PIM mode for low latency video [closed]

What is the best PIM mode for a campus video network? There are several relevant factors: All video is local to the campus. Click to view needs to be fast as possible (Life safety issues) Sources are ...
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Can a Ethernet port be a data input or data output port?

I am very confused with some equipment at work (video encoders). They have 6 Ethernet ports: 2 for management and 4 for data. But the data ports are labelled like 2 for data input and 2 for data ...
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Streaming Online Video from Home: Bandwidth and Provider Restrictions? [closed]

This is merely meant as a thought experiment, because I reckon it's generally a bad idea with regards to scalability, security, etc., BUT: Imagine a person wanted to start streaming videos from his ...
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Video conferencing on VOIP VLAN?

We already have a VOIP VLAN for Cisco phones on Cisco switches. A phone can be plugged into any building switch port and it just magically gets diverted onto its own private VOIP VLAN, away from the ...
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Limiting NIC speed leads to better video quality

I have two workstations A and B connected to the same L3 switch at 1Gbps. Workstation A generates an MPEG2-TS UDP video stream at 10Mbps data rate. Workstation B receives this stream correctly. The ...
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Is it possible to design HD video streaming over wireless? [closed]

I am sorry for if the question is vague or not up-to standards, but i need some opinions before I proceed. Is it possible to design a video streaming service (minimum 720p qualitity) over lan network ...
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If youtube works on DASH then why not it stores different quality of video in different URLs? [closed]

So I was going through a book on Computer Networks by James Kurose and Keith Ross on page 627 line 16 under the topic HTTP streaming and DASH the authors have mentioned that With DASH each video ...
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