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DSP conference how many PVDM2-64

Hi,

I cant find a document on CCO that says how many conferences the below config supports. It says max sessions 6.

Does that mean 6 x 8 party conference?

As the PVDM2 with later IOS support 8 party conferences.

Or does the above mean 6 parties total?

I would like to find some doco that explains the below. Not just the config but how many conferences total

dspfarm profile 10 conference

description HW_Conf

codec g711ulaw

codec g711alaw

codec g729ar8

codec g729abr8

codec g729r8

codec g729br8

maximum sessions 6

associate application SCCP

Thanks

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New Member

Re: DSP conference how many PVDM2-64

Hi,

"maximum sessions 6" means that there can be 6 maximum conferences at any particular time. The number of participants who can join in depends on the "Maximum Ad-hoc Conference*" parameter in the Service parameter page. This is different from the max no. of conferences.

Maximum number of participants per conference equals 8 when using a NM-HDV2.

Let me know incase of any questions.

New Member

Re: DSP conference how many PVDM2-64

Hmm,

I'll investigate that.

Perf mon shows me a number of 48 available when I add the conference counter HW.

I'll check to see what the service parametre is set too.

I still would like to see a CCO link that explians it.

PVDM2-64 configuration with explanation.

Also from memory the pvdm2-64 dsp support 8 parties

conference as apposed to six with the older DSP

Thanks

New Member

Re: DSP conference how many PVDM2-64

That's true - the PVDM2-64 supports 8 participants in a single conference session - previously it was only 6 participants.

This URL should suit all your needs :-)

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios123/123cgcr/vvfax_c/callc_c/ccm_c/intcnf2.htm

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