VCS appliance having limits of 500 and 100, traversal and non-traversal calls respectively it is my understanding is that these limits which have always been there even back when it was a TANDBERG product and is related to the capabilites of the appliance hardware platform rather than any inherent limit of the application and the OS on which it is based.
With the advent of virtualised VCS and hardware platforms providing greatly increased memory and CPU performance is there a way to increase the call limits when virtualised or is this for want of a better term now a 'Marketing' imposed limit not a technology one?
Thanks Martin for the answer and pointing out my reversal of numbers, should read what I write before I hit Post . I have indeed requested info from Cisco but thought I'd post the question here as well.
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