Design limitations for centralized call processing
For centralized call processing, why is there a design limitation of 20 phones at a remote site? What would happen with 40 or even 60 phones at a remote site, assuming there was enough bandwidth to support them?
Re: Design limitations for centralized call processing
I'm not aware of a limitation on remote sites. Perhaps I'm using it differently, but I have centralized CM's, and use locations based call control, and have sites with 40 or more phones with no problem. I've used CM 3.07, 3.09, and now 3.1(1).
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