Just one question, im wondering if you have any Ciscos recommendation or Case Study when talks about the limit of numbers of dial-peers, i mean, what is the maximum limit of dial-peers that Cisco recommends?
Also, is there any recommendation on when prefer to use gatekeeper instead a lot of dial-peers (besides the easier admisnitration, talking about router?s resources)?
use a gatekeeper when you want/need to provide call control to the gateways & resources of the VoIP network.
as far as limit on dialPeers, although there are no maximums defined, the max number of dialPeers would be restricted by the amount of memory/resources in the router.
i believe you could theoretically have any number of dialPeers as long as the platform has the resources to handle them.
dialPeers can be numbered or 'tagged' from 1 - 2147483647 so if you had enough resources you should theoretically be able to create as many. (you may never see more than a few hundred or thousand dialPeers but i've not yet seen it all; this includeds all dialPeer types, ie: voice, video, data, cor)
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