I have a remote installation with a central router and many access points managed by Capsman. Staff need to have access to Wifi Calling (VoWiFi?).
Most of the access points are three or more point to point links away, so phone traffic would have to go through multiple routers.
The Staff wifi has local forwarding enabled and their connection will be have a vlan tag assigned by a radius server.
Wifi Calling works fine at the moment, but sometimes the calls get garbled and drop out. Sometimes they come back, but more often the call drops ( is nat timeout something I should be looking at? ). I am not sure if this is due to a internal or external network issues, but it still happens when the access point being used is not on capsman and is basically connected to the wan p2p link.
Anyway, I want to prioritize the traffic from phone calls. Do I need to do this on all routers or can it be managed from Capsman. From what I undertstand, with local forwarding, the traffic from each client finds its own way to its destination. So as I type this, I am starting to think each router needs some queues setup.
Do I need to setup prioritization on each router? This isn't a problem, just thought I would ask.
Also at this point, I am assuming that queues are the way to go and will do my research and testing on this one. If anyone out there has done this sort of thing, any help would be greatly appreciated.