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    Default Prioritizing Apple Wi-Fi calling traffic?

    Does anyone know how to prioritize Apple iOS wi-fi calling feature? Even with strong connectivity at home, have been told my call quality fades in and out. Turning off wi-fi, forcing call to fall back to cellular remedies this issue. Would expect it to be the other word around.

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    I would look at the session viewer to determine what the traffic port is or what the traffic from calls are classified as to create the proper bandwidth rule for it.
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    Thanks. So I've determined that it's UDP 4500 IKEv2 per this link as the session manager also shows the iPhone client (192.168.0.x) contacting an IP on port 4500:

    https://support.apple.com/et-ee/HT202944

    Would I then just create a Bandwidth Control rule as follows?
    - Hostname = iPhone
    - Application Control:Application = IPSEC
    - Set Priority = High

    Also, it was my understanding when using the Bandwidth Control app, that you do not want to create any Config > Network > Bypass Rules or they aren't considered by the BC app. Is that correct?

    Come to think of it, I may not be using Bypass Rules and Bandwidth Control app correctly together.
    Last edited by miles267; 05-08-2018 at 11:24 AM.

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