Suppose you have X phones, Y CTI ports, Z Route Points associated to the CTI server application.
For each phone, it will take a weight of 1
For each CTI port, it will take a weight of 2
For each Route Point, it will take a weight of 2 per voice channel. Now if Y CTI ports are associated with Route Point Z, then the RP Z will take 2xY device weight at a max, ie, when all CTI ports are being used.
Now if the IP phone makes more than 6 BHCA during the busiest hour, multiply the ip phone device weight by a multiplier that increases by 1 for every 6 calls. So, for 0-6 BHCA, the IP phone device weight will be 1, for 7-12 BHCA, the IP phone device weight will be 2, and so on....
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Please find the attached HTML document, download and open it on your PC.
This provides an easy to use form where you simply answer a few
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