I have a new installation of cucm 9.1.2 in a cluster of four servers (1 Pub and 3 Subs) and I configured just a regular meetme number, the issue that I have is that I already changed the Maximum MeetMe Conference Unicast parameter value under the Clusterwide Parameters (Feature - Conference) from 4 to 10 but the system is only allowing 4 uses in the meetme conference.
I have already verified my SW CFB, HW CFB, MRG and MRGL configuration and I have enough resources to have more than 4 users in the meetme conference, I did a "normal" conference adding users from a phone and I was able to add up to 10 (wich is the value that I configured under the maximun ad hoc conference parameter).
I have configured a MRG with the SW CFB that the CUCM has by default and a MRG with two HW CFB configured like this:
dspfarm profile 1 conference video guaranteed-audio (I have video phones)
codec h264 cif
maximum sessions 16
associate application SCCP
In the MRGL I have the HW before de SW, if I make a normal conference with a phone I can add up to 10 members...the issue seems to be just with the meetme.
One thing that I noticed is that when I make a conference, the phones are not using the hw resources instead the sw ones, I removed the MRG SW from the MRGL and then the phones were using the hw resources.
The order that I have configured is HW and then SW in the MRGL.
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