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Cisco PLAR on CUCM 8

Hello,

Would someone be kind enough to tell me how many PLAR's are support on CUCM 8.

I am currently running CUCM 8.0.3 and a C2851 ISR as my gateway.

Many thanks

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Cisco Employee

Cisco PLAR on CUCM 8

There's no hard limit, the only limit is HDD space since all that creates entries in the DB

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java

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Cisco PLAR on CUCM 8

Thank you for that info Java,

Is there a limit on the amout of dial-peers you can have on the gateway? obviously there will be some limit for pots as it will require timeslots on E1 and T1 cards or FXO/FXS cards.

Thanks,

Joe

Cisco Employee

Cisco PLAR on CUCM 8

Solution #K34857008
TitleHow to determine the maximum number  of dial-peers that can be configured on a router
Resolution

The dial-peer options are  available based on how much memory is available.

As an example, assume each dial-peer consumes 6k of  memory, and that the router does not accept new dial-peers at the 80  percent threshold of memory allocation. This formula calculates the  available dial-peer options:

(Free Memory * 0.8)/6k =  maximum theoretical number of configurable dial-peers

This number represents the upper limit.

These points must also be considered:

  • Check the real amount of free  RAM. Consider the real size of the decompressed Cisco IOS® and any  additional memory already used.

  • For each platform, it is necessary to calculate  the real quantity of memory consumed by each dial-peer.

Caution: More dial-peers can  adversely affect the performance of the router.

Issue the show  memory command in order to determine the amount of memory  that is used.

http://topic.cisco.com/taccc/voice_K34857008.html

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java

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HTH

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