[Asterisk-Users] Port density: DS3 cards?
sam at bingner.com
Fri Dec 5 11:37:10 MST 2003
Well, we know that we would be able to handle a partial DS3... assuming such a
thing is possible. Wouldn't people prefer a partial DS3 for say... 12T1's to
no way to do that many?
Why not just try to get the card working, then testing would show exactly how
much data could be handled...
Actually, we should be able to get a pretty good idea on that by using two
gigabit interfaces and VoIP?
Quoting Andy Hester <cgadmin at conserogroup.com>:
> > >
> > >I talked to Imagestream this morning about the possibilites. Their lead
> > >engineer said that there would be no way to do voice over their
> > DS-3 cards
> > >using software processing because it would take too much
> > processing power.
> > >It would be possible to do some custom design for their boards that
> > >incorpotates hardware processing, but he doesn't know of
> > anything currently
> > >available. So unless there's something I/he missed, I guess the
> > answer is
> > >no on the DS-3.
> > >
> > >Andy
> > I have no reason to disbelieve this report, but I will offer some
> > minor scepticism at this reply. A well-equipped PC can currently
> > handle 8 T1 channels, and it seems that only the IRQ issue is causing
> > more channels to not be viable in the current TE410P environment. It
> > would seem reasonable to think that a very well equipped PC (4-way,
> > 8-way?) would be able to handle the "processing power" requirements
> > of a DS3, whatever was meant by that statement. Of course, there may
> > be other underlying issues specific to ImageStream that make this
> > impossible; I don't know.
> > JT
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> The guy did leave open the possibility that he could be wrong, and said that
> he'd be glad to answer any further questions or if we had some other way of
> doing it. If you or some of the others think that this should be possible
> then perhaps we could get together a list of more specific questions to ask.
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