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Old 02-07-2011, 05:09 AM
kjkim kjkim is offline
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Hi all.
Would you please let me know how many simultaneous calls MPP can handle for vp 5.1?
I found the below:

If desired, you can add up to 30 MPP servers to a single Voice Portal system, and that system can handle up to 5,000 telephony ports. You can also link several Voice Portal systems together through an external database. When the systems are combined, they can handle a maximum of 10,000 telephony ports.

So I will implement five mpps for 840ch on vp5.1, Is this stable?
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Old 11-19-2013, 02:36 AM
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Hi, the answer is - number of ports MPP can handle is depending on the HW (MPP is software only solution, so CPU power is the matter) and complexity of the application. The recommendation in the times of AVP 5.1 was something like 100-200 channels per MPP, today's servers are more robust (let's say start with 300 channels per MPP). Monitor CPU usage. And if you are using virtual platform, count on it too.

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