Previous miniSIPServer versions only limit “maximum concurrent outgoing calls”, and didn’t limit the total concurrent calls. Normally, it can fit most requirements since we think SIP phones or SIP clients should be able to limit their incoming calls. In recent days, some customers response that their SIP phones don’t have enough functions and hope miniSIPServer to be able to limit total concurrent calls of each SIP phone. To fit this requirement, we upgrade miniSIPServer to V34. Please refer to following figure.
You can configure “maximum concurrent calls” to be zero. In this strange scenario, the SIP phone will never receive call and cannot make any outgoing call. It is to be noted that “maximum concurrent outgoing calls” should be smaller than “maximum concurrent calls” because “maximum concurrent calls” limits both outgoing calls and incoming calls together.
By default, MSS previous versions don’t limit concurrent calls of SIP trunk. That means you can make or receive calls as much as you can. If peer sides don’t have enough resources, they will reject calls by themselves. But now in some scenarios, customers hope MSS can handle concurrent calls and limit them automatically.
To fit this requirement, we upgrade MSS to provide concurrent calls configurations in SIP trunk. Too much calls will be rejected by MSS itself. Please refer to following figure for more details about these items.
Please pay attention to these.
(1) These items are independent. You can configure different values for them to limit different concurrent calls for outgoing calls and incoming calls.
(2) If one of them is zero, in fact all them can be zero, that means only incoming calls can be received, or can only make outgoing calls outsides.