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Erlang B for ISP traffic

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  • #32493 Reply
    Don K.
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    Is Erlang B formula still applicable to dimension the no. of channels for ISP traffic which has unique charateristics like longer duration per call etc.

    #32494 Reply
    Gilbert de Bree
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    Hi,

    The erlangB formula can be applicable here but I believe you should use the EngsetB formula for data traffic.

    Indeed, call holding times are longer and busy hours are longer which means you will need less capacity to carry your traffic in the busy hour(s). I use about 450k minutes per E1 for calculation for ISP traffic.

    #32495 Reply
    aykut
    Guest

    hi gilbert,
    can give me engsetb formula

    thanks.
    a_oztaylan@yahoo.com

    #32496 Reply
    spring
    Guest

    hi gilbert.
    Can give me formula of 450K minutes per E1 for calculation for ISP traffic.

    #32497 Reply
    SVN ARVIND
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    HI GILBERT
    Can we convert the erlang traffic of domestic longdistance into the bandwidth requirement of bacbone network?

    #32498 Reply
    sira sottiphinyo
    Guest

    hi gilbert
    can give me the fomula
    I need it for my project in my university.
    thanks
    sottiphinyo@yahoo.com

    #32499 Reply
    pjmiguel
    Guest

    hello gilbert!

    i need some background on how u were able to say 450K minutes to an E1?

    thanks

    pjmiguel

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