How to calculate the installed capacity of the Softswitch?

Good day! Appeared a hitherto unprecedented task: to Calculate installed and activated (with use of all clear) the capacity of the node, the node involves two different classes of Softswitch and two gateways, one gateway is working with operators of traditional telephony via E1, everything is easy, but how to calculate VoIP? Maybe there is some kind of formula? Thank you!
July 8th 19 at 11:21
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July 8th 19 at 11:23
The documentation for this? Or is a server with asterisk?
In the first case, look there. The second theoretical limitations there is no need to test when the asterisk on your hardware bent.
Doc is, the problem is that it's not just a figure of "how many lived", such figure to be not a problem, there is a division into some coefficients in the output must be some number of "equivalent ports". For example, to calculate the volume of some glands at the SPD is equivalent to a port with a width of 1 Mbit/sec, that is the physical ge port 1000 equivalent ports. Suppose there is a piece of iron with 10 1ge ports, uplink it is 2 Gigabit using lacp, the formula obtained is: 10000(the total number of equivalent ports) / 16 (I do not understand where this figure) + 2000 (number of equivalent ports uplinks), it turns out, in this case, the installed capacity = 2625. Here we need the same stuff for VoIP. Google treacherously silent. - Bernie42 commented on July 8th 19 at 11:26

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