I don’t think it’s possible to suggest a ratio without knowing what your actual application “similar to calling card services” is.
From: asterisk-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:asterisk-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of A E [Gmail]
just throwing this out there. What are people generally using these days when designing their services, esp. those that require a user to call a DID to access their system, similar to calling card services. There was a time when this used to be 50 to 1 for DIDs, and about 10 to 1 for number of channels bought in SMB with IP-PBX.
I believe this would have changed today and assuming a service is pretty popular, the ALOCs are longer due to cheaper rates and convenience of calling. Does anyone have any real world numbers they can share? Is 10 to 1 a good ratio to ensure a user practically never gets a "circuits are busy"?
Thanks in advance
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