cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
cancel
505
Views
5
Helpful
1
Replies

Jabber conference specification

johnjose88
Beginner
Beginner

Please let me know about the specifications of Jabber for Windows

1. What is the maximum number of users who can participate in one conference room

2. What is the maximum number of users who can participate in one group chat

 

Note: We have using CUCM14.0

1 Accepted Solution

Accepted Solutions

b.winter
Advocate
Advocate

Your questions have nothing to with Jabber. You have a basic misunderstanding on how all this works.

Conference calls don't "run on Jabber", it's just a telephony client (like a normal telephone).
Per default, audio conferences normally are hosted on CUCM (and there, per default the max. participants are 4 per conference call, but that can be edited in CUCM).

The same for participants in the chat room. Has nothing to do with Jabber either, because Jabber is not "hosting" the chat room. It's the IM&P server.

If you want to know any limitations, then check out the documentation for the servers (like config, install, admin guides, ...)

View solution in original post

1 Reply 1

b.winter
Advocate
Advocate

Your questions have nothing to with Jabber. You have a basic misunderstanding on how all this works.

Conference calls don't "run on Jabber", it's just a telephony client (like a normal telephone).
Per default, audio conferences normally are hosted on CUCM (and there, per default the max. participants are 4 per conference call, but that can be edited in CUCM).

The same for participants in the chat room. Has nothing to do with Jabber either, because Jabber is not "hosting" the chat room. It's the IM&P server.

If you want to know any limitations, then check out the documentation for the servers (like config, install, admin guides, ...)

Getting Started

Find answers to your questions by entering keywords or phrases in the Search bar above. New here? Use these resources to familiarize yourself with the community:

Recognize Your Peers