[Freeswitch-users] 2012 VoIP With Virtualization
jaybinks at gmail.com
Tue May 15 14:32:00 MSD 2012
basically it depends ... on MANY things..
a) how much you care about your voice quality
b) how many concurrent calls
c) do you modify the RTP stream or just pass it through.
basically if your real picky or have more than a handful of concurrent
calls.. then dont do it.
if your using conferences etc... dont do it.
that being said, you can get away with a lot if you dont mind the
occasional blip and chirp in your media..
Thing to not though... above is for virtualization ... ( ESX, Xen, etc )
Jails like OpenVZ, BSD Jails, etc work well and provide many of the
benefits found in virtualization.
On 15 May 2012 19:12, Chris Mylonas <chris at opencsta.org> wrote:
> Hi FS Users,
> What is the consensus about using virtualized servers for real-time voice
> (RTP)? Even up until a few years ago it was hard to guarantee the CPU
> cycles to the voice nodes.
> Virtualizing the signalling (SIP) has always been favourable in terms of
> If the entire host is under control, is it safe to say - we can virtualise
> Does it depend on what else is shared in the host - say it would be silly
> to put a high load database server on the same hardware node...
> Thanks for your inputs
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