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Re: estimating VoIP data traffic size from VoIP signaling traffic size ?
Your signaling traffic will be incredibly low compared to your RTP streams (especially for G.711u). For G.711u if 2Mbps is your peak think somewhere in the range of 10kbps or so (complete SWAG but I hope you get the picture).
Use about 100k per call for 711u and it will help make the numbers nice and round. If you are trying to calculate busy hour search for Erlang on your nearest web confabulator. There are also innumerable spots on the web where you can find typical numbers for various codecs.
On Oct 22, 2005, at 1:34 PM, Joe Shen wrote:
Hi, is there any statistics on aggregated VoIP signaling bandwidth and aggregated VoIP data bandwidth? eg. if we monitored there is 2Mbps(average) traffic on VoIP signaling protocol ports ( including SIP, H.323, MGCP), how could we estimate average VoIP data bandwidth? Joe __________________________________ Meet your soulmate! Yahoo! Asia presents Meetic - where millions of singles gather http://asia.yahoo.com/meetic