voip on Bay/Nortel ARN w/ BayRS 14.0

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by seanfulton, Jul 19, 2005.

  1. seanfulton

    seanfulton Guest

    I've got a Nortel ARN that has worked fine for 10 years, most recentl
    on BayRS 13.2. We subscribed to Vonage and installed four VOI
    adapters on our network and now have problems

    Basically, voice calls are fine so long as no traffic goes over th
    link. If you initiate the call, then, for example, begin an FT
    download over the T1 link, the phone call immediately goes garble
    and is hardly usable

    I upgraded the router to 14.0 and enabled both DiffServ and RSVP, bu
    do not know how to use them properly.

    Our support contract has run out and I'm investigating getting
    renewal so I can download the latest BayRS but I'm wondering if thi
    will solve the problem or if there is something else I can do.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated

    sea
    seanfulton, Jul 19, 2005
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  2. seanfulton wrote:
    > I've got a Nortel ARN that has worked fine for 10 years, most recently
    > on BayRS 13.2. We subscribed to Vonage and installed four VOIP
    > adapters on our network and now have problems.
    >
    > Basically, voice calls are fine so long as no traffic goes over the
    > link. If you initiate the call, then, for example, begin an FTP
    > download over the T1 link, the phone call immediately goes garbled
    > and is hardly usable.
    >
    > I upgraded the router to 14.0 and enabled both DiffServ and RSVP, but
    > do not know how to use them properly.
    >
    > Our support contract has run out and I'm investigating getting a
    > renewal so I can download the latest BayRS but I'm wondering if this
    > will solve the problem or if there is something else I can do.
    >
    > Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
    >
    > sean
    >


    Seen my reply to your post in comp.dcom.sys.nortel.
    T. Sean Weintz, Jul 20, 2005
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