IP Phone Meet Me Service

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IP Phone Meet Me Service

Post by Guest » Fri Jan 16, 2009 3:50 am

Afternoon all, Our CUCM enovrionment consisits of mainly 7970 phones. We use the Meet Me feature thats provided with Call Manager. We have set our Meet Me parameters to 8 although the Suggested Value is 4. I actually changed this parameter to 32 and successfully managed to get 32 internal concurrent phones connected to a Meet Me session. My question is this: If I ran a Meet Me session with this many phones included during a busy day, could this impact the stablilty of call processing of our Call Manager Cluster? We have approximately 1000 phones which regsiter between 4 subscribers. Total overkill I know, but we
e certainly not oversubscribed. Please note, this is for internal calling purposes only. Regards,Jamie

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Re:IP Phone Meet Me Service

Post by Guest » Fri Jan 16, 2009 4:19 am

You may want to consider running software media services on a dedicated server (or servers) in the cluster. 1,000 phones across 4 servers still doesn tell the whole story. If you cluster is 4 nodes total, then your design may be right on par.  Depending on which server platform you are using. If you had 7835 servers, I would lean to the following node allocation: 1- Pub/TFTP2- TFTP/software media services (MoH, software CFB, etc.)3- Subscriber-14- Subscriber-2 I typically recommend separate software media processing from call processing if at all possible. HTH.Regards,Bill

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