[Freeswitch-users] How many calls can FreeSwitch bridge simultaeously

Michael Jerris mike at jerris.com
Sun Nov 16 09:01:58 PST 2008

On 100 ethernet you'll max out around 1200 calls before audio starts  
falling out on you... We don't usually quote numbers ourselves as they  
tend to sound very one sided, so give it a try and report back what  
you can get it to do.


On Nov 16, 2008, at 5:39 AM, David Knell wrote:

> Hi George,
> We've run a few (up to four, I guess) hundred concurrent calls  
> without trouble routing media
> as you describe on a Core 2 Duo box.  Unless you've got gigabit  
> Ethernet, you'll run out of
> bandwidth not far beyond this point; each leg will consume ca.  
> 100kbits/sec both in and out.
> Cheers --
> Dave
>> My FreeSwitch app needs to bridge a lot of calls, and process all  
>> the media.
>> I’m using PCMU, and every inbound call gets bridged to another  
>> outbound call.
>> There shouldn’t be any transcoding.
>> How many concurrent calls can FreeSwitch support under this scenario?
>> Can someone point me to any performance measurements for FreeSwitch?
>> Thanks.
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