Cisco Packaged Contact Center Enterprise Design Guide, Release 10.5(1)
Configuration Limits
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Configuration Limits

Configuration Limits

Packaged CCE Component Capacity

For components used by both Unified CCE and by Packaged CCE, this table shows the Packaged CCE capacity. The Active column is relevant only for components that are constrained by routing limits.

Feature/Component

Active

Maximum configured / Notes

Administrators

100

Agents

1000

6000

Web Interaction Manager / E-Mail Interaction Manager or 3rd party multichannel integration

Any of the 1000 active agents

The number of agents that can be kept busy depends on the following factors:
  • The number of Web Interaction Manager/E-mail Interaction Manager web/application server pairs
  • The email and chat request rates

See Load Capacity.

Mobile Agents

A maximum of 250 out of the 1000 active agents

Note that the CTI ports on Unified Communications Manager cannot exceed 500. (250 LCP ports and 250 RCP ports.)

Agents available for Agent Callback Requests via SocialMiner

Any of the 1000 active agents

The number of agents that can be kept busy depends on the following factors:

Outbound Agents

Any of the 1000 active agents

The number of agents that can be kept busy depends on the following factors:
  • Lines per agent
  • Dialing mode
  • Hit rate
  • Talk time

See Load Capacity.

Supervisors

100 (included in maximum 1000 concurrent agents)

600 (included in maximum 6000 agents)

Agent Trace

100 (maximum number of agents for whom agent trace can be enabled)

Agents per Team

50

Supervisors per Team

10

Attributes per System

10,000

Attributes per Agent

50

Bucket Intervals

1000

Bulk Jobs

200

Call Types

2000

Call Type skill groups per interval

2000

Departments

50

Departments per Administrator

10

Desk Settings

1000

Dialed Numbers: External Voice

1000

Dialed Numbers: Internal Voice

1000

Dialed Numbers: Multichannel for SocialMiner

500

Dialed Numbers: Multichannel for E-Mail and Web Interaction Manager

500

Dialed Numbers: Multichannel for Third Party

500

Dialed Numbers: Outbound Voice

500

Expanded Call Variables (persistent)

20

You can create any number of Expanded Call Variables within the 2000-Byte system capacity.

There can be no persistent array variables.

Media Classes

15

Media Routing Domains

20

Monitored devices associated with pguser

2,500 monitored CTI-controlled devices associated with the pguser in Unified Communications Manager. Examples of monitored CTI-controlled devices include phones, CTI route points, device profiles, and LCP ports.

Network VRU Scripts

1000

Precision Queues: PQs per System

2000

Precision Queues: Steps per System

5000

Precision Queues: Steps per Precision Queue

10

Precision Queues: Unique Attributes per Precision Queue

10

Queues per Agent (Skill Groups and Precision Queues combined)

15

Queues: Unique Queues for all Agents in a Supervisor's Teams (Skill Groups and Precision Queues combined)

50

Reason Codes

100

Reporting: Cisco Unified Intelligence Center Reporting Users

100 (when using CCE DataServer as the data source)

Reporting: Finesse Reporting Users

1000 All logged-in Finesse users can use LiveData reports

Routing Scripts

500

1000

Routing Scripts: Number of Script Versions

100

Skill Groups

3000

Skill Group statistics refresh rate

10 seconds (Default)

Roles 30

Teams

600

Teams per Agent 1
Teams per Supervisor 20

Load Capacity

Feature/Component

Maximum configured / Notes

Conferences

75 simultaneous active conferences or 2250 Busy Hour Call Attempts.

This limit applies to Unified CM Subscribers connected to the Unified CCE Call Servers, including agent and back office devices.

When this state of the call ends, the call is counted as a normal call.

Maximum call load for Agents

30 calls per hour per agent or 30,000 Busy Hour Call Attempts enforced by Congestion Control

Maximum load for email and chat requests

6000 e-mail requests per hour

5000 chat requests per hour

Maximum load for Agent Callback Requests via SocialMiner

1000 agent requests per hour

Music on Hold (Hold/Resume)

225 active calls on hold or 6750 Busy Hour Call Attempts

When this state of the call ends, the call is counted as a normal call.

Transfers

150 simultaneous active transfers or 4500 Busy Hour Call Attempts

This limit applies to Unified CM Subscribers connected to the Unified CCE Call Servers, including agent and back office devices.

When this state of the call ends, the call is counted as a normal call.

Unified CVP

The maximum number of Unified CVP ports supported by the CCE PAC M1 deployment is 1800, based on gateway profile.

The sum of calls at agent and calls queued (VRU ports) cannot exceed 1800.

Each Unified CVP is configured to share the load and handle up to 450 ports.

During a failover scenario, the operational Unified CVPs double their load-sharing to handle up to 900 ports.

Outbound Option Capacity

Feature/Component

Maximum configured / Notes

Dialer per system

1 on each side, with only one 1 active

Dialer type: only SIP Dialer supported

Gateways and SIP Outbound Dialer Ports

In a Packaged CCE deployment, you can be connected to only one gateway OR you can use SIP Proxy to connect to multiple gateways. In either case, the maximum number of configured dialer ports is 500.

Gateway Redundancy
Each dialer can connect to one gateway. Gateway redundancy is as follows:
  • If the Voice Gateway on Side A is down, Dialer B will take over and use Voice Gateway B.

  • If the Voice Gateway on Side B is down, Dialer A will take over and use Voice Gateway A.

Number of Agent and VRU Campaigns

100 (Includes Agent and VRU Campaigns)

Port Throttle

10

Proxy/Cisco Unified SIP Proxy (CUSP)

CUSP is supported with Outbound Option Dialer for managing multiple egress gateways.

Video Contact Center Capacity

Video calls consume more system capacity than audio calls.

Refer to the following documents for MediaSense capacity information:

If you are using Video Contact Center with Jabber Guest, refer to the "Cisco Jabber Guest" chapter of the Cisco Jabber Guest Installation and Administration Guide at http:/​/​www.cisco.com/​c/​en/​us/​support/​unified-communications/​jabber-guest/​tsd-products-support-series-home.html for Cisco Jabber Guest with Cisco Expressway call session capacity.