I would like to know if there is a general statistic of how many Ip Phones a regular company uses simultaneously.
We are about to set 800 Ip Phones with a Catalyst 2951 and we are deciding on which FL-CUBEE-XXX (25,100 or 500), maybe Cisco has a recommended standard or you in your personal experience can help us decide.
in FL-CUBEE-XXX, XXX denotes the number of simultaneous sessions the CUBE can support. There is no one sizw fits all. It all depends on your requirements. A good way to start is to know how many e1/t1 lines do you have at the moment. You need to have an estimate of how many concurrent calls your uses do at the moment that will help you know which license to buy.
Dont also forget to inlcude bandwidth sizing in your plan. If you are using G.711, each call might take upto 80kbp including overheads etc. So you need to factor that into your plan. This is a crucial step in this scenario otherwise your provider will drop your calls once you exceed the bandwidth alloted to you
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