Viewing system location status
To see a list of all system locations currently configured, and their media usage statistics, go to.
The Live view page ( ) lets you review current and historic usage charts showing a breakdown of participants by location, protocol, license type and the different conference types being hosted.
The following information about each location is available:
|Name||The name of the location.|
Proxy audio connections
The initial table shows an estimate of the maximum number of connections (HD calls for a location containing transcoding nodes, and video calls for a location containing proxying nodes) that can be supported by all of the Conferencing Nodes assigned to this location.
After you have selected an individual location to view, you can also review the estimated SD, HD, Full HD and audio call capacity for a location containing transcoding nodes, or the estimated proxying capacity for audio and video calls for a location containing proxying nodes.
|Media load||An estimate of how much of the location's total capacity is currently being used.|
|Transcoding resources||The system location to handle media transcoding for calls (signaling) received in, or sent from, this location.|
Shows media usage statistics for this location for the last 7 days. It indicates the resources that are actually being consumed (dark blue area) over time, relative to the maximum possible media load (light blue area). The load is shown in terms of HD calls or proxied video calls as appropriate for the nodes in that location (see Call types and resource requirements for more information).
The maximum possible media load typically stays consistent over time, but can vary if Conferencing Nodes are added to, or removed from, the location.
You can click on the graph and then scroll to zoom in and out, and you can drag the timebox to the left or right to move forwards or backwards in time.
If a location has no associated Conferencing Nodes (for example, after the location has just been created), the location reports a media load of 100%. This indicates that there is no current capacity available in that location.