Ok I thought that was the case, so I could increase the bandwidth settings for site A to match Site B 768K. This would then allow 9 calls from Site A to Site B. However this could cause an issue if 9 other people from site B then try to make a call the QOS policy would be over subscribed.
Also This would cause Site A & B to think it has 768K of bandwidth for Voice Mail calls. I could fix this by increasing the realtime bandwidth of Site A's wan link to 768K.
And of course I could set calls between site A and B to G729 and gain alot more calls...
Also, keep in mind that CM location calculation does not take L2 overhead into account, so assume you are using G711 for WAN calls, CM calculates each call to be 80Kbps, but with L2 overhead over PPP T1 it's more like 87kbps, so LLQ with 768kbps will allow for 768/87=8.82 calls, which you need to round down to 8 calls. Otherwaise if the WAN is congested and you allow 9 calls, QoS will kick in and all calls may suffer as random voice packets will not be prioritized.
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