I have a working Deployment, TMS 14.2.2 with Provisioning Extension 1.1 and Jabber 4.6. I would like to limit the bandwidthe that can be used by Jabber. I have set the configuration template to use 512 incoming and outgoing. I have restarted Jabber and set the bandwidth Setting to 2mg. When I call another Jabber user, the call establishes at 2meg. Do I need to do something else to administratively take control of the bandwidth Setting in Jabber.
Mark - Please see the VCS documentation for more information on zones, subzones, links and pipes. With those different functions you can set bandwidth limitations. In your case, you'd want to create a subzone just for Jabber Video users and set the bandwidth there to be applied to those specific registered devices/users.
Actually, it seems the provisioning setting for bandwidth is not getting to the client. Run a diag log on the VCS when a jabber client logs in and verify the provisioning data sent in the notify message.
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