hmmwhatsthisdo wrote:I never ended up getting a response. Is there a certain part of SS that takes up most of the bandwidth?
hmmwhatsthisdo wrote:So, if registrations to all SIP providers (sipgate, ekiga, gizmo5, etc.) were disabled, what would the prognosis of the SIP Sorcery server be?
Yes, it doesn't resolve the problem. There may not be a viable option that completely resolves the problem. But, it buys time.
Also, here was yet another thought I had: Not everyone is online all the time. People with SIP phone apps shut off their computers, phones, etc. at sometime in all likelihood. If someone's not using their SIP account, then why register with their SIP providers? If an account hasn't had any registrations sent to it from SIP phones in x seconds, then perhaps halt outbound registrations for that account until another registration command is recieved, OR the user logs into the SIP Sorcery app. That way, people who aren't using their phones aren't taking up as much bandwidth.
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