We have two locations lets say A & B, for which the end-to-end delay is about 150 ms. If A has two endpoints (say A1, A2) and in B another two (B1, B2), and if we were to try a multipoint call between 3 of the endpoints, it seems that it is not possible to achive the recommended end-to-end latency of <200ms for all the call legs of the multipoint call, since
If the CTMS is placed at site B, then A1 to A2 latency will be 150+10+150
if the CTMS is placed at site A, then B1 to B2 latency will be 150+10+150
For MP meetings the latency measured by each participant CTS is only a measuremen of the latency from CTMS to that EP
Its possible for the end-to end latency from one CTS through the CTMS to another CTS to exceed 250 ms as n your case but CTS wont realize, CTMS is the only device that is aware of this end-to-end latency.
When we have the MP Call, audio and video RTP packets timestamps s re-written by CTMS therefore the latency meausred by each particpant. Os its possible that end-to-end latency exceeds, but TP system will never realize so its ok.
These are the paths to get to each CCX logs through CLI. They may be helpful if you are having issues accessing RTMT or downloading logs through it.
If you want to download them you have to prefix "file get " and you can add one of the options (re...