Using differentiated services to support Internet telephony

  title={Using differentiated services to support Internet telephony},
  author={Fugui Wang and Prasant Mohapatra},
  journal={Computer Communications},
Internet Telephony has been deemed as a promising candidate for the next generation telephone system. However, unstable voice quality is the main problem that prevents the Internet Telephone from competing with the traditional circuit switched telephone. Current Internet supports only a best-effort service class, which does not provide any bandwidth or delay guarantee for the voice packets. During congestion, consecutive packets get lost or miss the deadlines, which results in severe… CONTINUE READING
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