I'm assuming you're asking about locations in CallManager for CAC.
That being the case, a gateway and a phone will use location based CAC exactly alike. When a call is placed to or received from a gateway, CallManager will decrement the appropriate value from the configured location on the gateway provided the terminating device is remote.
For example, IP phone A (Location A) places a call over the WAN and out gateway B (Location B), bandwidth will be decremented from both sites. I
Exactly, this is very important in Tail End Hop off (TEHO) implementations when you use other site's GW to save cost by sneding the call via remote GW (as a local) instead of local GW (long distance call). You still want to be able to balck or re-route calls based on the available WAN bandwidth.
Well, CAC in CCM is based on hub-spoke topology where usually the HQ has a lot more bandwidth than the remote sites, so it is unlikly that you will not have enough bandwidth at HQ but enough at the remote site. So, I would agree that setting the location bandwith at HQ does not accomplish anything. I usually assign it to unlimited bandwidth location.
I am having am issue with this. I have a remote site with a gateway that has FXO trunks. My bandwidth for this location is set for 80K. I can only make one call from this site out of the gateway and on the second call I get the "Not enough bandwidth" message. Why would a local gateway call be subtracting from my WAN bandwidth allocation? I have tried the gateway in the default, remote and none location and it does not make any difference. The only way I can place more calls from this site out of it's gateway is to increase the location bandwidth.
Unfortunately this is how CCM Locations algorithm works, it's not site-to-site bandwidth allocation, it is a TOTAL bandwidth for that site for all calls. Look for RSVP to solve the issue, available in CCM 5.0.
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