Bandwith report in CQD Teams

Jeefry H Polo Ospina 0 Reputation points



Some days ago the network coworker said that the bandwith of the Teams was in the limit. I mean, the average of the consumed bandwith for Teams in our company is 80 MBps. So, we have an a dedicated channel up to 220 MBps. But the consumed bandwith per days touched the limit for continued two months. We took a network trace and checked that the meetings have been consumed all the channel bandwith.

Is it possible to generate a report for the consumed bandwith in the CQD in Teams Admin Portal?

How can I get the filters, dimensions and measurement for the report?

Thank you.

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  1. LiweiTian-MSFT 15,600 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hi @Jeefry H Polo Ospina

    Teams CQD cannot directly generate bandwidth consumption reports, Teams CQD cannot directly generate bandwidth consumption reports, but Teams can analyze meeting and call quality from multiple other perspectives:

    For example, using CQD, you can determine that a user's poor call quality (which you observed using per-user call analytics) is due to a network issue that also affects many other users. CQD captures both the individual call experience and the overall quality of calls made using Teams or Skype for Business. With CQD, overall patterns may become apparent, so network engineers can make informed assessments of call quality. CQD provides reports of call quality metrics that give you insight into overall call quality, server-client streams, client-client streams, and voice quality SLA.

    For more details about the data and reports in the Call Quality Dashboard (CQD), please refer to this document.

    Teams is always conservative on bandwidth utilization and can deliver HD video quality in under 1.5Mbps. The actual bandwidth consumption in each audio/video call or meeting will vary based on several factors, such as video layout, video resolution, and video frames per second. When more bandwidth is available, quality and usage will increase to deliver the best experience.

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    Meanwhile, if you take the time before you roll out Teams to assess these areas and remediate any deficiencies, you'll reduce the amount of effort needed to maintain a high-quality Teams experience for all your users. For help assessing your network in preparation for your Teams rollout, read Advisor for Teams and Prepare your network for Teams.

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