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CM Capacity

CM Capacity

CM Capacity

CM 6.3 G450 S8700

Need to find capacity for IP Phones

RE: CM Capacity

Define capacity.

You can 'display system customer-options' and see how many stations you're licensed for. Generally stations can be of any type and there's no different analog/digital/IP though you can have situations if you were a hotel where you might buy a boatload of 'analog' station licenses but it's not the norm.

Now, nothing stops you from having 1 G450 with 160 DSPs and 8x PRI with >160 B channels in it that 200 IP phones would never all be able to use at once as each conversion IP-->PRI would need 1 DSP.

RE: CM Capacity

Thank You
Maximum Stations : 685 582

we have 4 - g450

want to know how many IP phones i can add to my existing system

1 - 10.228 98.12
2 -
3 -
4 - 10.228 98.15

is there a way to list what is on each individual g450?

RE: CM Capacity

Add 103 up to 685.

IP phones register to CM. You can have 30000 on a CM with 1 G430. They won't all get dial tone at the same time. If you have SIP trunks and they're all shuffling, direct audio, no transcoding 711/729, then you can have those 30000 phones on 30000 SIP trunks not using any DSPs.

It's all a matter of what kind of traffic you're planning to handle.

RE: CM Capacity

All Good Information

Thank You

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