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Group Series Network quality settings in SKype for Business only environment

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wt
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Group Series Network quality settings in SKype for Business only environment

Hi All, hoping you can help!

 

I've been trying to find guidance on the reccomended settings for a Group Series when being used in a Skype for business environment only. Concenred some of the settings below either conflict, maybe moot, or result in work perfromance if lseft as default.

 

Specifically, the settings under "Network Quality". Except for our cusotm DSCP tag values....settings below..

 

Maximum transmission size:

Manimum Transmission unitsize bytes:

Enable Lost packet recovery:

Enable RSVP:

Dynamic Bandwidth:

MRC Bandwidth Allocation:

Maximum Transmit Bandwidth:

Maximum Recieve Bandwidth:

 

Would appreciate any pointers as we seem to have the Group Series as the only endpoint type reporting as poor audio performance with oddly high round trip values on LAN only calls only on the GS transmit streams.

 

thanks!

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Polycom Employee

Re: Group Series Network quality settings in SKype for Business only environment

hi wt,

Well many of these settings can be left at the default values. Some are immaterial in SfB environments, others may impact call flow behaviors depending not the network . The Group series admin guides and release notes should cover these details.

I would suggest leaving all network quality settings to default and tweaking it only if it is really necessary.

Hope this helps!
Regards,
Karthik Sivaram

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