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Old 06-11-2015, 01:56 PM
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Default H323 trunk to SIP via ACM - problem with DSP resources

Hello all.
Scenario:
APC is connected via H323 trunk to ACM and ACM routes calls to PSTN via SIP trunk. When APC start dialing (call setup) reserves DSP channel on G450 and keeps till end of call. Problem is that APC can dial 1000 call the same time and we have only 320 DSP channels on G450. Is there any way to push APC or ACM not to use DSP channel during call setup?
This is very problematic and more and more DSP resources needed...
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