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Re: estimating VoIP data traffic size from VoIP signaling traffic size ?
I did say round you know! Lol... Things like VAD would drop the numbers even lower for G.711.Use about 100k per call for 711u and it will help make the numbersactually around 88.2k.
nice and round.
Agree with you on that one... PPS is commonly overlooked. Folks are so interested in those bits per second they sometimes miss the obvious. From the VoIP perspective it would also be helpful to keep track of your signaling to RTP traffic ratio. If you find that your signaling demands have increased dramatically compared to your RTP traffic you may have "other" problems to worry about besides maintaining link capacity. If you find that your RTP traffic has suddenly increased it is certainly a potential worry factor as well.If you are trying to calculate busy hour search for
I just finished dealing with a mysterious sudden growth in RTP traffic. The bad part was that it caused initial happiness (the money dance) followed by "oh crap we have a bug" a couple days later. Incomplete signaling can bite you pretty hard when DSPs don't know they are supposed to hang up.