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NBX network efficiency

NBX network efficiency

NBX network efficiency

Does anyone know if 'standard ip' mode is more efficient than 'ethernet only' mode?

Settings are:

'music on hold' feature = off
system-wide audio codec = medium
system-wide silence suppression = on

and the network still seems burdened. Going to do a packet capture later on today.

Thanks in advance!

RE: NBX network efficiency

the nbx in ethernet mode will not communicate layer 3 so if you have softphones or remote users then you have to operate in ip mode, the 3com nbx will push multicast no
mater which mode your in this can create network activity but it is only multicast traffic.

RE: NBX network efficiency

NBX system ensure that every device gives his maximum performance and the absolute best experience, I am uisng it for my business and this system is more reliable and cost effective as compared to our old equipment.


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