+ 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.