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cRTP configuration - number of connections

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Jul 10th, 2002
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Hi there,


It says in the Cisco literature that by default when RTP header compression is enabled on an interface 16 cRTP headed compression connections are allowed per interface.


If I were to make a call does it consume two cRTP connections or one? If so how many voice calls can be supported in the default (16 connections) configuration, 16 or 8? I wish to support 30 concurrent voice calls across a VoIP link. I suspect I am looking at 60 cRTP connections, is this correct?


Thanks in advance


Jim

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fbahram Thu, 07/11/2002 - 10:34
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Each voip connection takes up 2 RTP connection so we count each direction as one connection. Therefore you do need 60 connections for 30 voip calls. The default as you said is 16. Hope this helps.

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