Question on IOS conf Bridge and CUCM SW Conf Bridge working together
I was considering turning up IOS Conf bridge resources on remote voice gateways since I have a lot of spare DSP resources. Transcoding resources are configured at the sites where the CUCM PUB and SUB reside but are not really needed because the WAN being QMOE, we just used G711 between regions to keep audio quality high.
Folks are using the SW conf resources on CUCM now. I was wondering if I had the IOS conf resources in the VG's at remote sites and add them to appropriate Media Resource Groups and lists, how the hardware and sw conf bridges work together. An example is if a conf is started using the IOS conf resource and the conf grows behind what that resource can handle, does the conference start using the SW conf bridge in the media resource group list? Does the conf transfer completely over to the SW conf resoure.
Re: Question on IOS conf Bridge and CUCM SW Conf Bridge working
So would a Meet Me conf utilize the SW conf bridge on CUCM or would it depend on the MRGL associated with the IP phone that is activating the meet me and the conf bridge called up first in their MRGL such as hardware or sw conf bridge?
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