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v5 SNOM ONE on WIndows (official stance on versions)

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Hi

 

I currently use a v.5 something SNOM ONE, ive not had time to look at version 5 (not liking the idea of all the upgrades).

 

However as i am likely to need a special install for this, i would prefer not to use a Windows Server OS, what's the stance with using the below (no more than 10 extensions).

 

Windows XP (32bit)

Windows 7 (32bit)

Windows 7 (64bit)

 

Its likely that FAX will be in use, i assume there are no services that Windows itself has to supply (wasnt the case in version 4.5). Am i going to get a TCP tsync problem as XP will support 15 and 7 will do 20 connections at one time (server is unlimited).

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I would not recommend XP any more, this OS is not even maintained any more I believe. I am not sure if Windows 7 64 or 32 bit have different price tags; if they have I would definitively choose 64 bit.

 

The question with the number of TCP connections surprisingly never came up. Maybe this applies only to Microsoft products like IIS.

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I would not recommend XP any more, this OS is not even maintained any more I believe. I am not sure if Windows 7 64 or 32 bit have different price tags; if they have I would definitively choose 64 bit.

 

The question with the number of TCP connections surprisingly never came up. Maybe this applies only to Microsoft products like IIS.

 

Hi Thanks, we will use Windows 7 64bit then.

 

Any Microsoft OS thats is not a server has a limit on the amount of TCP connections it can have at one time (active state), from memory Windows 7 is 20, i think Windows XP was 15, for any server OS from Microsoft it is unlimited.

 

In therory you couldnt have more then 20 phones (10 calling another 10) at one time, however its likely to be less than this as a connection would be deemed from one TCP port to another.

 

Its for the above reason you dont really want an IIS or Apache server running on a retail (no server) OS from Microsoft.

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