3 Replies Latest reply on Sep 5, 2013 11:48 AM by noor

    nCommand Feature - SIP Trunk and T1 Interface Utilization

    ujjvalkoul New Member

      Can NCommand dump regular stats on concurrent calls on a SIP trunk as well as Bandwidth utilization on a T1 interface or better yet graph Utilization on both those KPIs on a monthly basis for tracking usage and determining when to upgrade ahead of time vs when you actually hit the brick wall!

        • Re: nCommand Feature - SIP Trunk and T1 Interface Utilization
          jayh Hall_of_Fame

          ujjvalkoul wrote:

           

          Can NCommand dump regular stats on concurrent calls on a SIP trunk as well as Bandwidth utilization on a T1 interface or better yet graph Utilization on both those KPIs on a monthly basis for tracking usage and determining when to upgrade ahead of time vs when you actually hit the brick wall!

           

          We use MRTG for this as well as many other graphing tasks, including data center temperature, UPS battery runtime, etc.  NCommand is an awesome tool but MRTG is very well suited for graphing just about anything. 

            • Re: nCommand Feature - SIP Trunk and T1 Interface Utilization
              rcohen New Member

              Scrutinizer with NetFlow for utilization, provides deep detail on the type, source, and destination of the traffic. We have other systems for tracking concurrent calls but bandwidth utilization is a better indicator when you're dealing with both voip and other data.

               

              nCommand is a great tool but we focus on what it does well, not necessarily everything it can do.

            • Re: nCommand Feature - SIP Trunk and T1 Interface Utilization
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              ujjvalkoul -

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              Thanks,

              Noor