Designing a Voice over IP Network


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Designing a Voice over IP Network
1010500 Designing a Voice over IP NetworkIn general, the design of any network involves striking a balance between three requirements: meeting or exceeding the capacity needed to handle the projected demand, minimizing the capital and operational cost of the network, and ensuring high network reliability and availability. In short, we can refer to these three issues as cost, capacity, and quality. Meeting one or more of the requirements often means making sacrifices elsewhere. This means that it is impossible to divorce one network design consideration from any of the others. For example, a lower cost design might well mean a lower network capacity or a lower network quality. Thus, we will never get a network…
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Richard Swale; Daniel Collins,: Carrier-Grade VoIP, Third Edition. Designing a Voice over IP Network, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export