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Voice Feature Guide 01

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QoS Alarm

QoS Alarm

The network quality affects the voice service to a great extent. During a call, the access device monitors the network quality in real time. When the network quality is below the pre-set threshold, a corresponding alarm is generated on the access device to warn the customer of the network quality.

The QoS alarm function is used to monitor three indexes, packet loss, loop delay, and jitter. The corresponding values can be set according to the actual network condition. During a call, the access device collects the data of packet loss, loop delay, and jitter, and then compares the data with the preset thresholds. When the data exceeds the thresholds, an alarm is generated. When the network indexes return to be lower than the preset thresholds, a recovery alarm is generated on the access device.

The QoS alarms can detect the network abnormalities in real time. When users complain, the QoS alarm can be referred to locate the fault (whether caused by the network or device).

Updated: 2019-02-22

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