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IPCOP traffic shaping for simple, effective qos

Using the default traffic shaper works really well for simple qos needs. Set your defined rtp ports (e.g. udp 3000 and 3001) and udp 5060 and udp 4569 as high priority. Add any offending traffic (e.g. gotomeeting at udp 8200) as low or medium. Takes about 5 minutes and works like a charm!

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