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benli
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Hi, it there AES support 2000 messages per second?
What's the define for message?
If I excute status trunk ## command via SMS, how many messages I used in this situation?
Thank you very much
CraigJohnson5
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Yes, in AES 6.3 they doubled the supported message traffic from 1000 to 2000. Any AES version prior to 6.3 would support 1000 messages per second. That traffic number is for CTI Link traffic. SMS uses a different connection from that of TSAPI, so you wouldn't be using up any of that 2000 message limit with an SMS command.
benli
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thanks. so if i excute 100 comands per secondï¼? how many message i useï¼?
JohnBiggs
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The 2000 messages per second relate to TSAPI/JTAPI/CVLAN/DLG APIs and the portion of the DMCC API that provides 'call control' services (they use TSAPI at the back end). It does not apply to SMS. SMS through put is a different topic, and is gated by Communication Manager and how busy the system is (provisioning work is a low priority task as compared to call processing) and thus is variable as it relates to the call traffic load on the system. The SMS capacity information is in the "AE Services Overview" document for the release you are working with.
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