I made some calculations for a similar scenario and it depends on how many concurrent users you expect, the ingress at the server would be roughly 4,5Mb/s/user. It's linear, each user sends his HD stream to the server and that's it.
The egress from the server out however, increases more per user for every new user, as the server needs to send every new user the main HD stream plus the thumbnails for the rest of users, hence each new user increments the number of thumbnail streams that has to be sent to every existing user.
I made a table where it's easy to see the growth, it's attached...
Note these numbers are meant to calculate the ingress and egress at the JVB (Jitsi Video bridge) so every user has perfect HD stream + good quality thumbnails, the reality will be that you need much less because most people can't receive and much less send that much information over their connections. But if everyone is relatively close and they all have cable, that's quite exactly what you would need.
Best wishes and good luck!
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On 30 July 2017 at 23:08, Boris Grozev <firstname.lastname@example.org > <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
On 30/07/2017 15:37, Olivier BILHAUT wrote:
Hi to all
I would like to setup a Jitsi Meet server for my collaborators
I tried behind a hosted 2Mb bandwidth and get horrible
probably due to the low bandwidth, I guess.
What are the recommendations for a Jitsi Meet server, (per
user) for a
comfortable usage ?
I thought WebRTC was peer-to-peer and I am surprised that it
high bandwidth. Could someone explain me a bit more ?
WebRTC could be used in a p2p scenario, but that's not optimal for
multi-party calls. With jitsi-meet calls with two participants are
p2p (with fallback to the server if the p2p connection fails).
There isn't a strict requirement, but typical bitrates are 3-5Mbps
per participant (both up and down), depending on the conference size.
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