We're currently using our C40's to host multisite video calls, but I just got the devices configured to easily receive/make audio only calls. We purchase the Multisite option key with each of our devices, so my question is: what is the maximum number of audio users which can be bridged into a multisite call on the C40? Is it still limited by the four site restriction of the Multisite license, or is it capable of handling more since it's as an audio-only participant?
I would think that you'd still be limited to the maximum of the codec, whether it was with or without multisite. I wish there was some way of telling what the current call capacity was either on the codec's web interfrace and/or OSD.
Thanks so much Martin, and everyone else for helping out as well!
Martin--adding in audio calls directly on the codecs is a new feature I just setup for our environment, so I'm really not sure how much it will be used yet. But we do have a MCU in place already, and it should be set up to scale up to the MCU if it goes over that number. Mainly, I had just been asked by quite a few users about the limit, and as I also apparently overlooked that wording in the web/cmd interface, didn't know the answer.
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