I think the guidance to use GB was due to the size of the port buffers etc so they're better able to cope with bursts of traffic from the TPS unit at the start of media streams or when there is a lot of burst data due to movement etc.
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What would you be looking to connect to these port? I could see something like EX90 endpoints being ok as they'll do 6mbps video streams, but I'd recommend against connecting something like a VCS this way as it could be doing 100 traversal calls which could max out the link.
As Guy mention, if you are referring to several Endpoint deployments up to 18Mbps external network traffic, HWIC-4ESW network interface card should works fine.
However please make sure to select router that support certain size of buffer size/packet per second.
TelePresence Endpoint may transmit quite a lot of packet in first half of a second, therefore although looking for second flat base traffic volume stay within call bandwidth (if traffic control is enable), router may receive bit more traffic within half seconds (especially when Endpoint sending key video frame).
can you make any recommendations as to router models that support the required size of buffer size/packets per second ?
Related to that: is it correct to say that virtually any - recent - Cisco switch model is supported for CTS connectivity ? What would be the minimum Cisco switch model to support connectivity for a Cisco TP endpoint ?
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