See the below steps for different options you have for improving your bandwidth in order of ease. You can use one or more of these steps to give you better bandwidth for better quality calls.
Apply Prioritizing Ports
You can achieve better QoS through configuration of your network elements to apply DSCP tags to traffic coming from the relevant ports, and by applying DSCP tags to the packets at the desktop using Quality of Service (QoS) group policies.
Apply DSCP tags to traffic coming from the following ports:
|Client Scenario||Port||DSCP Value|
|Client Audio||10,000 – 20,000||46|
|Client SIP Signalling||5060 – 5061||40|
|Client Video||58000 – 58039||34|
|Client Media Port||5350 – 5389||34|
|Client Application Sharing||42000 – 42039||24|
|Client File Transfer Sharing||42040 – 42079||14|
|Audio||RTAudio Wideband, Narrowband, G.722, G.722 Stereo, G.711, Siren, SILK Wideband, SILK Narrowband|
Increase Bandwidth Capacity
Check your network monitoring reports to ensure you have enough bandwidth capacity–increase if necessary. Circuit ID provides estimates of bandwidth requirements in our Management Portal.
Order Direct Connection
Order a direct direct connection to one Circuit IDs data centers. For more info on ordering a direct connection, please contact our sales team by opening a ticket our Management Portal.