We have had several multipoint meetings recently where a user will try to dial their scheduled meeting, however they will get an "insufficient resources" error. They may then try again and be able to dial in OK. Note that this only happens sometimes, usually people are able to dial in OK.
Checking the CTMS system errors will show "There is not sufficient resources. Availible segments: 0" even though there are only around 25 - 30 of the availble 48 segments being used (usually 4 -5 CTS-3000s and 1 - 2 CTS-1000s, all with presentation codecs) and all 48 segments are allocated to scheduled meetings on CTMS.
Thanks for the resonse. These are usually a single, large meeting rather than a number of smaller meetings, meaning it won't do anything for us to migrate meetings over, but at least we now know it's an issue that's being addressed so for now we'll just live with it and wait for the patch.
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