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Old 04-13-2012, 09:15 AM
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Default QOS | IPSI, H323, Encryption question

Hello all,

I wanted to know (for QOS identification purposes) if IPSI control traffic and H323 signaling traffic when using encryption, does the encryption only affect the payload, so for example, will IPSI CONTROL traffic still be using TCP 5010 and H323 using all the standard ports it normally uses?, e.g. the header not affected..

In the network I'm working on, we dont have the luxury of identifying via DSCP/COS value, so I have to identify via layer 4 mechanism.

Thanks in advance...basically, I just want to know if turning on encryption only affects the payload and not the header....
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