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did conferencing capabilities change with R11?

did conferencing capabilities change with R11?

did conferencing capabilities change with R11?

(OP)
I have been searching but to no avail. I was curious if Avaya might have updated the conferencing capabilities on the R11? As I understand it, currently you are limited to 64 per individual bridge, 128 total bridged calls.

is this still true? I have a customer who would like to bridge about 95 people.

RE: did conferencing capabilities change with R11?

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That was most helpful. They are on a basic IP 500 V2. I think upgrading them to Server Edition might be cost prohibitive, but I will check into it. It also sounds like if I want 95 conference channels I will have to make sure they have an appropriate number of VCM channels, since each IP device needs one.







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