VoIP tests single out some best practices

The good news is that VoIP equipment among multiple vendors is finally interoperable; the bad news is that there are still lots of potholes that can ruin VoIP implementation.

That’s the broad view of results from Interop Labs tests of VoIP gear run on the show’s test network and presented at the Lab’s Interop exhibit earlier this month.

Volunteers set up five model enterprise networks — fitted with VoIP equipment, network firewalls, application firewalls, Wi-Fi

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