Does any body know where i can find documentation which explains clearly the Jabber Presence Bandwidth requirements.
I am looking to find information around how the number contacts increases presence traffic so this can be taken into account at remote sites with limited WAN tails e.g 5Mb or less.
I have an instance where signalling traffic has increased quite a bit since introducing the Jabber clients which appears to be presence traffic. in this case the customer is pre-loading 100+ contacts to the Jabber clients...
Also does anyone know of any methods which can be used to compress/reduce presence traffic e.g. use of a repeater or GRE tunnel which i have seen used in other vendor presence solutions.
The traffic generated between Cisco IM and Presence clusters is directly proportional to the characteristics of the presence user profile. For example, assume presence user profile A has 30 contacts with 20% of the users on a local Cisco IM and Presence cluster and 80% of the users on a remote Cisco IM and Presence cluster, while presence user profile B has 30 contacts with 50% of the users on a local Cisco IM and Presence cluster and 50% of the users on a remote Cisco IM and Presence cluster. In this case, presence user profile B will provide for slightly better network performance and less bandwidth utilization due to a smaller amount of remote cluster traffic.
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