[h323plus] Improved QoS support in H323plus

David white dwhite at speakeasy.net
Mon Nov 19 14:28:28 EST 2007

Forgive my lack of understanding, what does DSCP have to do with DNS?  Why the
relationship here?


On Tue, 20 Nov 2007, Simon Horne wrote:

> To All
> I have updated QoS support in H323plus. DSCP (Diffserv) is now enabled by
> default (if compiled with DNS support). Transport QoS is now also negotiated
> between the parties during the capability exchange with the higher QoS value
> given precedence over the lower value for both direction media flow.
> The default values for DSCP are 46 (guaranteed) for audio and 26 (controlled
> load) for Video.
> You can change these by calling statics H323AudioCapability::SetDSCPvalue()
> and H323VideoCapability::SetDSCPvalue() from your application. You can also
> turn off the feature via a new function H323EndPoint::DisableH245QoS().
> Simon
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