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Old 11-21-2005, 07:49 AM   #1
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measuring Bandwidth

I use a voip program which name by asterisk ,i send calls by asterisk to voip providers by using g729 codec which take 24 kb on each codec and i have a dedicated bandwidth with 64 kb ,the problem is bad voice quality ,i used three voip providers and they are the best in the market (voipjet,,callshopcompany) and in the same result bad voice qulaity ,so now i dont believe that my bandwith is 64bit ,the question is there any way to measure the upload and download of my bandwidth?
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