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Monitor DSP Conferencing Resources

I suspect I am running out of DSP resources used for Conferencing.  I use the show dspfarm dsp all command, and I have 6 channels for conferencing.  However, I then spark up a conference, and reissue the command, and it is still showing 6 .

I see that I can use the command    sho sccp all, and it sill show active conferences, but is there an rtmt that wil show if i ever have ran out of resources?

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Monitor DSP Conferencing Resources

You can setup couter log on RTMT and write it every few seconds/minutes and then at the end of the dat open the csv file in Excel to graph it.

You could also look into pulling it via SNMP from the GW.

Chris

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Hall of Fame Master

Monitor DSP Conferencing Resources

Yes, go to Performance --> Cisco HW Conference Bridge Device --> OutOfResrources

HTH,

Chris

Explorer

Monitor DSP Conferencing Resources

Thank you for the quick reply.  Is their something that will look more historical, rather than real time?

Hall of Fame Master

Monitor DSP Conferencing Resources

You can setup couter log on RTMT and write it every few seconds/minutes and then at the end of the dat open the csv file in Excel to graph it.

You could also look into pulling it via SNMP from the GW.

Chris

Explorer

Monitor DSP Conferencing Resources

this works nicely.   thanks again for your replies

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Monitor DSP Conferencing Resources

You're telling me that there is no built in our automated way to do this, with like CPCM or CUOM?

If I have hundreds of routers with thousands of people having audio and/or video conferences on my ISR G2s, this becomes completely unscalable.

Hall of Fame Master

Monitor DSP Conferencing Resources

You might be able to monitor it with Operations Manager if you have it or you can always setup SNMP trapping on the GW.

HTH,

Chris

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