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Using Hyper Traffic for conference calls

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major masingil

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Has anyone ever explored using Hyper traffic for prioritizing Skype or Webex conference calls?  I assume you would need to set up manual rules in the advanced section.  Can I please hear some suggestions and thoughts?  I will be receiving land line, cellular, and internet connections to the same conference bridge.

 

I already have a skype phone number, but I'm open to better conference call apps, if there are suggestions. 1 big drawback of skype is I can't record the calls, which is something I want to be able to do.  



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In theory yeah that could totally work. I'm not sure exactly how much bandwidth conference calls would use but as long as it's not too much you should be fine to use Hyper traffic. Find out what ports it uses and then make custom rules. If they're all above 1024 you can use the console service.


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Thanks Fraser.  As a follow up question. when setting up the advanced rules I have an option to select  "Destination Only," "Source Only," or "Both"  can you let me know which of those I'm supposed to go with?



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In theory yeah that could totally work. I'm not sure exactly how much bandwidth conference calls would use but as long as it's not too much you should be fine to use Hyper traffic. Find out what ports it uses and then make custom rules. If they're all above 1024 you can use the console service.

Hi Fraser  Can you see my post above  this reply please?



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I would just choose both to be safe


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I would just choose both to be safe


Thanks Fraser. All the best





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