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capacity of soft phones

capacity of soft phones

capacity of soft phones

I'm struggling to find this on the support site... how many soft phones will an IPO server edition support?

RE: capacity of soft phones

Equinox or Communicator?

Can't find anything other than that it seems all VoIP extension are counted the same towards capacity, except that if they use TLS it counts as 2 (3 on an expansion).
Then One-X portal has it's own limit depending on if it's Select or not.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: capacity of soft phones

I actually found it in the "Deploying Avaya IP Officeâ„¢ Platform Server Edition Servers as Virtual Machines" doc. Since one-x powers these users, I'm assuming that's the limitation. If you check it out, there's more detailed guidelines than just user counts.

RE: capacity of soft phones

You can have softphones without One-X, so generally that is the limit expect for when using TLS which would drop the capacity to 1500 from 3000 on select.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: capacity of soft phones

Where did you find the 1 to 2 and 1 to 3 for TLS? Also, my mind is a little blown at the moment. One-x doesnt contribute to the capacity of softphones? Could you help me understand this better?

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