I have read the SRND-section of clustering over WAN and i have a question about bandwidth requirements: SRND states, that you need 1,544 Mbps minimum for sites that are clustered over WAN for ICCS real-time traffic. It says "sites" not "servers".
And you need additional 1,544 Mbps for every subsriber server remote to the publisher for database traffic. Here it says "server" not "sites".
Why is the real-time traffic independant of the number of servers at a site? I thought, the real-time traffic is fully meshed between each server running ccm.exe, so if i have 2 remote subscibers at a site, i would assume that i would have 1,544 Mbps to every other server running ccm.exe. So in a 2 site environment with 2 subsriber at each site i would have 4 ICCS-real-time-traffic flows, each with 1,544 Mbps. Is that correct?
It is clear that the bandwidth needed depends on the volume of traffic. But the 1,5Mbps at 10.000 BHCA are already calculated for a high call volume in respect of the installation we did so far. The key point for me is, we start with 2 sites, but there will be more sites with a subscriber. So if i add another site, do i also have to increase the bandwidth to the other remote sites (which is true if there is a 1,5Mbps "stream" to each server) or is it OK to provisioning enough bandwidth to the main site, where publisher is located.
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