+ 0 Votes Its all about the latency/jitter, not raw throughput robo_dev 1 year ago You can run a very good SIP data stream over 11MBS all day with no issues. You can run a perfectly good Vonage stream over a 1MBS connection. The issue is that if you have interference, or people doing things to cause traffic to be real bursty (e.g. watching Netflix), then the problem is that WiFi is a shared medium, so it's not about raw speed, it's about consistency. Thus if you can create a separate WLAN or VLAN to protect the voice streams, and also over-provision so there is less chance of calls getting hammered. You need to make sure content/ports such as torrents or spotify are locked down. Realistically, if you have the bandwidth/stability to run streaming video, then voice is the easy part. Voice quality is not your concern, but if the LAN is too bursty then calls will drop. + 0 Votes Reponse To Answer commhub 1 year ago Thanks very much for the answer and I apologize for not getting back in a more timely manner - I would like to know how to block people from using our Wifi in certain areas to make VoWiFi calls - I can provision the WiFi to deliver bandwidth up and down - can I block random users from making calls if I limit the up speed and if so what level is that at i.e. 45k up/ 10 down, 40k up/ 10 down etc.