>> On Mon, 2008-09-15 at 09:48 +0100, Padraig Kitterick wrote:
>>>>>> It depends on what your expected call volume is. For a home installation
>>> which will handle 1, maybe 2, calls, a low-end celeron with 512mb ram
>>> will do fine. For 100+ concurrent calls, you need more power.
Just for reference, we used to run our first asterisk test box ona
PIII-500Mhz with 512MB of RAM and it sustained several concurrent
calls. It was our main VoIP server for about a year before we
validated the project as production grade.
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