I am running MeetingPlace Express and every so often I run into issues where if someone calls the number, it connects, but I hear no audio. I am wondering if this is a limitation of MeetingPlace or an issue with the number of concurrent calls?
We have several numbers pointing to and internal extension which is a router pattern that points directly to the meetingplace h.323 gateway.
It is strange at times, when I dial the internal extension, I get connected, but hear no prompts. Immediately afterI dial an external number that points to the same internal extension, and can get fully connected. Could this also be a QoS issue? I have checked the status reports for capacity, and I am only running about 20% of licesnes during this time as well.
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loadbalancing is one of the more complex items in hardware forwarding. of course we have talked about it many years on cisco live (id 2904) with ever incrementing more detail. and there is the support forum article on loadbalancing.
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