QoS values get configured for lost packets, jitter, and
latency based on good, acceptable, fair, or poor criteria.
If a call does not satisfy any of the criteria that are set
for any of the four voice-quality categories, it receives a classification of
NA (not applicable); likewise, if the system is not configured to generate CMR
data (or if the CMR is bad), the CMR receives a classification of NA (not
Enter NA to ignore the values of a parameter. For example, a
QoS parameter such as jitter, has NA, and the QoS is defined as good, which
means that the QoS depends only on the values of latency and lost packets. All
three parameters cannot have NA as values. Infinity designates the maximum
value that is available for any parameter. If you specify a rule where a jitter
value from 500 to Infinity is considered poor, a call with jitter greater than
500 receives a classification of poor.
Be aware that the classifications of
"Infinity" are case-sensitive.
This section describes how to define the QoS values.