I am trying to fully understand the DSP resources w/ the 4604 AGM. What is the difference between WS-U4604-DSP(=) and WS-X4604-VOICE(=)? Is it just the 128MB of DRAM? If I have the WS-U4604-DSP(=) can I support 6 PRI's and be a conference resource?
01LAF-4604Gateway#show voice dsp
DSP DSP DSPWARE CURR BOOT PAK TX/RX
TYPE NUM CH CODEC VERSION STATE STATE RST AI VOICEPORT TS ABORT PACK COUNT
The WS-X4604-VOICE part is basically a bundle containing the base WS-X4604-GWY card, the WS-X4604-DSP set of DSPs and an upgrade to 128MB DRAM from the default of 64MB.
You're probably looking at the front of the blade and seeing three VWIC/VIC slots and thinking you can fill those up with VWIC-2MFT-T1 modules. Unfortunately, you cannot upgrade the WS-X4604 past the 96 channel DSP configuration, which means you would cap out at the equivalent of four T1/PRIs of voice traffic. If you allocate DSPs to transcoding or conferencing, this reduces the DSPs available to T1/PRI modules.
Shouldn't I see 96 Voice resources? All I need to support is 3 PRI's and use the other 24 from Conferencing (In all the documentation it doesn't say how to allocate dsp's for this, it just says to enable it w/ the voicecard conference command).
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