Minimum router spec for Call Manager Express

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Jan 31st, 2007

Hi, I see that a C 3725 is used in the example below in order to setup Call Manager Express.

I want this for a small home lab. Can you confirm which minimum router (RAM and FLASH size) I should be looking into in order to run Call Manager Express?

Also, if I am running this into my small home lab with two IP phones, can I download the software 'free' from the Cisco website?

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps5520/products_configuration_example09186a008037f2a9.shtml

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dbenattou Wed, 01/31/2007 - 08:40

if you want run CCME 3.2, you must have at least 12.3(11T), tht requires 32MO of RAM, and 8 Mo of flash. but it's preferable to have a large flash.

AJAZ NAWAZ Wed, 01/31/2007 - 09:11

I would have imagined if you have an image that will fit onto 8mb of flash, then having more flash is just going to be neither here or there.

However, it would make sense if having additional DRAM was recommended. Or, are there any additional files perhaps which are being stored on the flash?

I was always under the impression that flash on access type platforms such and the 2600/3600, was used primarily to store system images i.e. IOS

Is there any chance you can please clarify and also shed some light on whether this version of CME will run on a 2610 for example?

thanks in advance

Ajaz Nawaz

news2010a Wed, 01/31/2007 - 11:15

I have a C2610 with 48D and 16F. I should be good to go. I am running image c2600-j1s3-mz.123-16.bin but it seems that one doesn't support CCME.

In case you have the image name handy which could support CCME (and it still fits in the C2610 with 48D and 16F) I would appreciate if you can tell me. If you don't have it handy no worries, I can research this later.

Thanks a lot for the info!

Anthony Holloway Fri, 02/02/2007 - 07:02

In addition to loading the IOS into flash, you may want to load the CCME GUI files into flash also, and that's about 48MB for version 4.1.

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