[VoiceOps] Polycom Voice Quality Monitoring (VQ Mon) with Hosted Solutions
colton.conor at gmail.com
Tue Aug 12 08:49:50 EDT 2014
So it sounds like most of the commercial solutions have an option that is
an add-on which I assume many hosted white label wholesales would not
offer. Does Freeswitch or Asterisk have this functionality built in?
On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 8:16 PM, Simon Dredge <Simon.Dredge at metaswitch.com>
> >> I'm pretty sure their SBC can provide some information from this in
> CDRs as well..
> Yes - at a minimum, VQM information is included in the XML file used for
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> Subject: Re: [VoiceOps] Polycom Voice Quality Monitoring (VQ Mon) with
> Hosted Solutions
> Metaswitch will collect this and wrap it up into the VQM stats it
> calculates for each call (including the local DSP stats if one is involved
> on the MG for TDM -> IP or IP -> IP)..
> I'm pretty sure their SBC can provide some information from this in CDRs
> as well..
> On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 4:59 PM, Colton Conor <colton.conor at gmail.com>
> > Recently we have been using Polycom phones, and paid the additional $2
> > for the VQ Mon license.VQmon is an embedded agent that supports the
> > RTCP XR
> > (RFC3611) and SIP Voice Quality Reporting (RFC6035) protocols, and is
> > able to report the impact of transient IP problems on user perceived
> > Does Broadsoft and/or Acme Packet SBCs collect this information, and
> > report on it? Today we are using MOS scores from the routers (Adtran
> > and Edgewater), but the per phone monitoring sounds like a better
> > solution as it is at the users hearing level.
> > Are any hosted platforms using this information for anything useful?
> > Or the VQMon a bad or not widely implemented solution?
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