CTIOS release notes for 5.1 states that a dedicated CTIOS server and PG can support up to 1,000 agents and that "...more than two sets of duplexed CTI OS servers (total of four CTI OS servers) is not supported." I had not heard of this limit before and need to know if/how to support 5,000 agents. Am I misreading this limit?
I think the limit for the JTAPI provider is 2000 CTI connections/devices which could be spread over more than one CCM server You can have multiple JTAPI Providers/observers/PGusers as long as the CCM node and cluster limits are not exceeded.
For a maxed out 1000 IPCC agent on a full CCM cluster, it is recommended that you load balance the total users on 4 PGs that would include the CTIOS co-resident on the same PG server with a max of 500 users per Active PG .
No. The duplexed CTIOS servers would use the same PG/PIM link. To scale beyond this number, however, you need to add more PGs/PIMs. This means that agents will need to be partitioned across the PIMs and therefore the ACD (e.g. a Definity) definitions for these agents will likewise need to be partitioned. So you'll need to create Enterprise skill groups (with Skill groups related to each discrete PG and then these Skill Groups would be part of an Enterprise Skill Group. Also, agents on different CTIOS systems that are not linked via the same PG/PIM cannot communicate with each other for CTI-related functions (Chat, call monitoring, etc.).
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.