Supported System Capacities

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Revision as of 15:12, 21 December 2010

Supported System Capacities

This section presents some of the supported system limits for the co-resident applications on Unified CMBE 6000. It is important to stay within these limits while planning system utilization to avoid oversubscribing Unified CMBE 6000.

Tested System Capacity
Application Performance Limits
Unified Communications Manager
• 1000 Users.
• 1200 endpoints. (1000 Primary endpoints and 200 Secondary endpoints)
• Total 20 Gateways (Sites)
• 50 Extension Mobility login or logout every hour.
• 50 Music On Hold sessions/calls.
• 20 Software Conferences
• 250 CTI endpoints
• 1000 Presence enabled Users
• LDAP Authentication and Synchronization
• Clustering & Redundancy
• Overall BHCA 5000
Cisco Unity Connection
• 1000 Users
• 1000 Voicemail boxes
• 19 Voicemail storage per voicemail box
• 24 Voicemail ports with maximum 6 VUI ports, @ 1000 BHCA
• 500 IMAP session
• 150 CPCA sessions
Cisco Unified Presence
• 1000 Users
• XMPP Load
• 20 IM per user per hour
• 2 State changes per user per hour
• 20 contacts per user
Unified Contact Center Express/IP IVR
• 100 Agents @ 15 BHCA per Agent
• 10 Recording Sessions
• Periodic Historical reporting



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