how to calculate the maximum session for Confernecing and Xcoder
Thanks for Reply.
I created the Dsp profile . According to ISR i configured the Sessions . But i want to know the exact concept how to calcluate and if suppose i want some modification in future according to the conference calls that i want to support how do i calculate??
But still i need some more clarification on that like how the ISR is calculating the sessions he can provide us to configure and also DSP Calculator is helping on the basis on low medium and High Complexity codec we are going to use in our infrastructure.
But still i wanted to know the things are working at back end ans also how the DSP is doing the DSP polling/sharing of the available resources during the x coding and conferencing.
let suppose total resources available is 20 and x coding is using 14 resources and we left with 4 resources for conferences . How DSP resource sharing will happen and how gateway will come to know..
It night be a silly question but i am curious to know how the things are working in back end.
Same here I have always wondered the best way to determine the max count. I always did maximum-sessions ? to customize but I am curious how you could determine the maximum count without using the maximum-session ? command. the dsp calc doesn't really help understand this.
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