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G650/G450 Migration to Avaya Media Servers

G650/G450 Migration to Avaya Media Servers

G650/G450 Migration to Avaya Media Servers

Hi Sirs:
I have a legacy customer using many Gxxx gateways in an Aura 7.x platform. Most trunk groups in CM are SIP (90%), not so many PRIs now (10%). Most SIP Trunks are direct from CM to 3rd party SBCs, few SIP Entity Links through SM (too long to explain why here). They are not using DSP peak resources in Gxxx to record calls (no WFO, only passive recording on LAN).
1) What design rules could I use to calculate how many Media Servers (and channel licenses by each server) I need to provide for a full migration? Maybe you know a rule of thumb to share based on your experience?
2) What CM reports could I use to measure the DSP consumption in each Gxxx? Is it useful to know this information for GW migration purposes? What other CM reports do you recommend me?

Thanks in advanced for your answer and comments.

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