[Serusers] Server Capacity

Jiri Kuthan jiri at iptel.org
Wed Aug 10 19:52:29 CEST 2005

At 01:12 PM 8/10/2005, Waldo Rubinstein wrote:
>Thanks for the prompt response.
>Then where can I find some real-life experiences with SER and its  

Measure it.

Seriously, the configuration and usage patterns are so different
that it is difficult to generate a rule of thumb.

1k users is so little, that it can be accomodated on an antique box.


>How do I know how much horsepower I need if I wanted to  
>offer PBX-like features to, say, 1000 users?
>On Aug 10, 2005, at 7:09 AM, Jiri Kuthan wrote:
>>The measurement refers to bare signaling capacity without any
>>features. (not even persistence)
>>At 01:04 PM 8/10/2005, Waldo Rubinstein wrote:
>>>Hi all,
>>>I'm new to SER and was reading the admin guide and came across this:
>>>"With a $3000 dual-CPU PC, the SIP Express Router is able to power IP
>>>telephony services in an area as large as the Bay Area during peak
>>>My question about this, is what is this measuring? For example, is it
>>>only measuring SIP registrations? Maybe the same SER server is
>>>connected to a few IPTSPs and SER is acting as both a registrar and a
>>>proxy server? May be all of the above, while still allowing every UA
>>>registered in the server to talk to one another? Maybe it's also
>>>providing some more advanced features like voicemail to all those Bay
>>>Area users?
>>>Can someone please clarify this for me?
>>>Serusers mailing list
>>>serusers at lists.iptel.org
>>Jiri Kuthan            http://iptel.org/~jiri/
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