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Number Port to Lingo

03/04/05

  08:59:34 pm, by The Dreamer   , 441 words  
Categories: VoIP, RoadRunner

Number Port to Lingo

Link: http://www.lingo.com/

One additional note...I called from Lingo to support regarding the completion of my number port. The call lasted over an hour and all throughout the sound quality was quite good. And, the data didn't seem as extreme as Vonage's 90kbps CODEC. Namely PRTG seemed to hover around 60kbps for incoming bandwidth. Can't comment on the impact in outgoing bandwidth, since there's a bunch of IVS transfers going...so it was pretty steady at being maxed.

My base line for incoming bandwidth is probably around 30kbps....so does this mean Lingo is always doing Vonage's bandwidth saver mode....and the lowest of the two.

Though as I recall, the I didn't have any issues with the 30kbps CODEC with Vonage in terms of sound quality. It was mainly for fax that I had switched it back to 90kbps. Though I wasn't happy with the 50kbps Vonage CODEC, so I don't think I would ever consider playing with that again.

The difference probably accounts for the differences I had when I tried faxing over both Vonage and Lingo. Both worked great after I got the DSL filter, with Vonage being somewhat faster than Lingo. Though since both are VoIP...I'll probably leave the fax machine on Lingo for both incoming and outgoing now.

Don't know if I'll try Vonage with 30kbps again, don't really have a reason now that I have a fast RoadRunner connection and the QoS seems to handle things fine. Don't really care if while I'm on the phone, my IVS sending throughput takes a hit :P

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