Call Analytics on Teams

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Hi,

Feels like I'm asking a real newbie question, but tiny clarification is needed.

 

When you are looking for the user's calls on the meeting you can find from the call analytic view:

Dashboard / Users / John Doe / Meeting / Session

From the "Advanced" section you do have two columns for user itself and also "Microsoft Teams".

 

My question is the network part on that. There are the following sections:

 John DoeMicrosoft Teams
Inbound Network  
   
Outbound Network  
   

 

My assumption is, the "inbound Network" is actually "Inbound traffic" and "Outbound Network" is "outbound traffic". I only wonder, can you really measure e.g. jitter or packet loss from the outbound traffic? And then, some of the numbers looks like the they are the same between inbound/outbound, or at least are very close each other.

 

How you do you others are using these sections, if you are using?

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@Petri X Never mind. After reading your question again, I don't think that is what you are looking for, sorry.