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Maximum supported users for different topologies!

Maximum supported users for different topologies!

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Following table talks about the supported number of connections in different topologies defined in the planning guide of OCS 2007.

You can find the planning guide here... http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=723347c6-fa1f-44d8-a7fa-8974c3b596f4&displaylang=en

 

 

Topology

Supported Performance

Stand-alone Access Edge Server

15,000 client connections

Stand-alone Web Conferencing Edge Server

3,000 client connections

Stand-alone A/V Edge Server

1,500 concurrent audio/video sessions

Collocated Access Edge & Web Conferencing Edge Server

Access Edge Server:  5,000 client connections

Web Conferencing Edge Server: 1,500 client connections

Collocated Access Edge, Web Conferencing Edge & A/V Edge Servers (Consolidated Edge Topology)

Access Edge Server:  5,000 client connections

Web Conferencing Edge Server: 1,000 client connections

A/V Edge Server 500 concurrent audio/video sessions

Note  A/V experience may be degraded if sessions approach the maximum limit. We recommend that you deploy a separate A/V Edge Server for the optimal A/V experience



Here we assume that the topologies consists of servers as per following table:

 

 

Topology

Servers Required

Maximum Users Supported

Standard Edition Server

1 Standard Edition server

(Optional) Archiving Server collocated

5,000

Enterprise pool: Consolidated Configuration

4 Enterprise Edition Front-End servers running all server roles

1 Backend SQL Server

(Optional) 1 Archiving Server

30,000

Enterprise pool: Expanded configuration

With Mid-Range Performance SQL Backend

4 Front-End Servers

2 Web Conferencing Servers

2 A/V Conferencing Servers

2 IIS Servers

1 Backend SQL Server

(Optional) 1 Archiving Server

50,000

Enterprise pool: Expanded configuration

With High Performance SQL Backend

8 Front-End Servers

4 Web Conferencing Servers

4 A/V Conferencing Servers

2 IIS Servers

1 Backend SQL Server

(Optional)2 Archiving Servers

125,000

 

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