Bandwidth / CPU utilization for Cisco Jabber features such as Screen sharing / UDS Lookup records
I was wondering if there is an efficient way to find out what are approx CPU & Bandwidth utilization if we are using Cisco Jabber features such as screen sharing, chatting. Also does anyone know how much bandwidth does Cisco Jabber consume for uds lookups? Wondering what the type of traffic a single PC would generate with Cisco Jabber and it's 'hooks' in CUCM, Unity Connection, IM & Presence, Webex Servers in an hour or average 8 hour day.
I already have official documentation from Cisco that shows the Windows requirements / bandwidth requirements for audio & video calls. But I am specifically more interested in finding the data / cpu consumption related to idle UDS lookup, screen share etc.
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