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It would be nice if we can specify the voice processes to run on its own processor.. so the web and non-critical functions can run on a different processor.

 

Agree. We have plans to take advantage of the upcoming multiple-core processors, so that we can e.g. run 14 RTP processes on a 16-core CPU. That would make it possible to perform around 1500 transcoding sessions using G.729A. That should make the discussion about media-relay superfluous.

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Agree. We have plans to take advantage of the upcoming multiple-core processors, so that we can e.g. run 14 RTP processes on a 16-core CPU. That would make it possible to perform around 1500 transcoding sessions using G.729A. That should make the discussion about media-relay superfluous.

 

What estimation time do you think this will be ready? I don't need transcoding, but i do need high volume of media relaying.

 

And is it possible to I stick multiple NIC's in 1 box and have each domain relay out a given NIC/IP ?

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What estimation time do you think this will be ready? I don't need transcoding, but i do need high volume of media relaying.

 

And is it possible to I stick multiple NIC's in 1 box and have each domain relay out a given NIC/IP ?

 

Well, it will definively take time. There is no concrete plan available yet. In the meantime the workaround is to partition the userbase and run several processes on a multi-core. A server farm on a single chip.

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