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Avaya SBCE 8 maximum entry capacity

Avaya SBCE 8 maximum entry capacity

Avaya SBCE 8 maximum entry capacity

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Hi team,

I'm looking for an information that I cannot find on Avaya documents (installation & configuration doc, offer definition doc, etc).

I need to know, how many entry can I create on the SBCE ? for example, on the SIP Server tab, how many "ADD" can I make for Trunk Server type / call server type ?

I need to know that, to anticipate the SBCE max capacity when using on a Multi-tenancy environnement.

Thank you

RE: Avaya SBCE 8 maximum entry capacity

Not sure about the max capacity but we are running ~70 through ours without any real problems. It's a mix of IP Office, Digium, and 3CX.

We do have occasional issues with calls with a diversion header inbound that we haven't been able to fix but they are infrequent enough we haven't spent much time messing with the Sigma scripting.

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