[rescue] 802.11 + VoIP

ed at the7thbeer.com ed at the7thbeer.com
Fri Oct 17 11:34:43 CDT 2003

> > wireless but packet loss will kill you.  VoIP almost always uses UDP
> > packets and UDP packets do not have guaranteed delivery.  So if you have a
> I thought it was RTP?

It is RTP, but...

RTP is at the session layer (layer 5) and it is encapsulated within UDP
datagrams.  UDP/5004.  RTP relies on RTCP (reliable transport control
protocol) to handle monitoring of data delivery, but I am not familiar
with it's innards.

So I suppose both answers are somewhat accurate. :)


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