How I can know if the calls coming from an originating gateway to our terminating gateway are getting dropped due to insufficient bandwidth??? Also if there is insufficient bandwidth on our end then where will the originating calls actually get dropped? Will they get dropped at the source gateway or at the terminating gateway??? Also if calls are getting dropped due to insufficient bandwidth then how will I know or how can I find out from the logs or from any other method. Can someone please suggest???
Unless you are using some form of admission control (RSVP, Gate Keeper zone bandwidths etc) the calls will not be dropped, the traffic will just be lost or delayed in the core network. This may be seen as slow call setup or bad qulaity of the audio once the call connects.
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