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Freeswitch hardware requirment

Posted on 2010-11-22
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What is the hardware requirement for 15000 concurrent calls,  What should be the network diagram. how many servers we need for 15000 concurrent calls.
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1600Mbit/s minimum (I saw reference to 10K per GbE), so 2x or 3x 1000Mbit network links (best to aim for 50% utilisation not for 100% saturation).

1 to 2k concurrent calls per 3GHz core (last 2 yrs). Eg. 3 or 4 servers, each 4 core 3GHz Intel processor, 8GB RAM (1024K per thread) with a GbE link. Some protocol's use less bandwidth but more CPU. Extra options like recording require more CPU/disk.

I don't use Freeswitch so I don't know the details of load balance, phone connections or protocol options.
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in most case call recording in raw format is use high cpu power power than soft-switching. in soft switching zaptel card or other card directly connected to server works nicely than terminating network media in E1 based router device from where calls are coming.
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program.  See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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