Is there a best practices as to how many extensions are too many for a round robin ring plan?
It’s not the number of extensions in the Ring Plan that will tax things - It’s the number of Agents and Queues that start taxing the machines resources - How many are you talking about?
We have half a dozen queues and a total of 80 agents spread out among those queues with one queue making up almost half of the agents.
No, that is not too many for any reasonable system - I assume you are not trying to do this on a π are you…
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