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Performance / needed hardware


Daniel Floeckinger
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It is really hard to say. The numbers in http://wiki.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Hardware_Requirements are really just a "rule of thumb". It depends on the packet length, the codec, the I/O subsystem performance, OS-related jobs like packet routing (ipchains & Co), cache size, usage of features like call barge in or call recording, and other factors. Also the performance depends a little bit on the used version, as we constantly try to improve the performance.

 

Fortunately, the PBX has a feature that constantly measures the performance and then stops accepting new calls when it is getting into a dangerous zone.

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