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Configuring VoIP and Network Quality Manager

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VNQM monitors IP SLA operations and VoIP infrastructure. Configuring VNQM means adding your devices to VNQM, defining what you are going to monitor, and how often you want to poll data from your devices.

You can configure VNQM in the Orion Web Console.

To start VNQM:

  1. Log in to your SolarWinds VoIP and Network Quality Manager server.
  2. Start the Orion Web Console in the Orion program folder.
  3. Click My Dashboards > VoIP & Network Quality.

After establishing your basic VoIP infrastructure and adding IP SLA operations, you can change your settings any time to further customize SolarWinds VoIP and Network Quality Manager for your network. For example, you can add IP SLA devices, designate paths, and configure polling options. SolarWinds VoIP and Network Quality Manager uses a wizard-based application to guide you through the process of configuration.

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