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I am having a problem with quality on with my VOIP, Avaya phone. My upload speed through cable modem is over 2000kbp/s. Would this quality lie with Avaya or my cable modem for some reason?

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  • eric_barajas Aug 13, 2008

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Are you using vista? my friends sound quality is really bad when using teamspeak

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  • stug45 Aug 13, 2008

    it could be transmit rates between your pc and the "internet". vista automatically optimises this. the way i've been using to find out if mine are wrong is using pcpitstop.com and either using full tests (also gives recommendations to other options) or to just do the internet test. when complete you are required to access the registry to change the setting.

    are you plugged straight into the modem with the phone?? or via pc?

    the above would only work if plugged in via pc.

    i can get good sound quality using normal GPRS which is about 4kb/s! i would say that it would be with the phone as opposed to the modem.


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