CCM 4.3 --- IPCC required

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Jul 7th, 2008

Hi all,

I have CCM v 4.3. I am looking in installing IPCC premium version. Which version will be compatible for our version of CCM? I am looking in getting IPCC 4.5, will that be compatible with CCM v 4.3.

Thanks for your help.

Nour

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Chris Deren Mon, 07/07/2008 - 05:54

For CM 4.3 you require UCCX 6.0, anything else will not work.

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Chris

BCOLE2007 Mon, 07/07/2008 - 16:48

Chris

Are you saying 6.0 UCCX because that is only whats currently available from Cisco?

We have 4.3 CM and 4.1 IPCCx.. One of your Berbee colleagues, Ryan T. was down here a few weeks ago checking out our install, I got the impression 4.3 CM is pretty uncommon.

Blair

Chris Deren Mon, 07/07/2008 - 17:04

I stand corrected UCCX 4.1 is compatible with CM 4.3. However if you want to upgrade UCCX, the only newer compatible version is UCCX 6.0.

UCCX 4.5 works only with CM 5.X, and UCCX 5.0 works with CM 5.X/6.X.

CM 4.3 in my expereince is not a widely deployed version is it was released after Appliance based CM (5.X) was already out, so it made no sense to deploy 4.3, especially now that Windows based CM has completely been scretched from the roadmap.

I myself have not even worked with 4.3, which is the first CM version since CM 3.1 days I have not touched :-)

Chris

BCOLE2007 Tue, 09/16/2008 - 04:44

Hi

Call Manager 4.3 is compatible with IPCCx 4.1

We are currently running it fine and it has been verified as well.

Are you having difficulty with them?

Blair

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BCOLE2007 Wed, 09/17/2008 - 04:26

hehehe

I stand corrected, I had mine mixed up

We are running in production

Call Manager 4.1(CCM) and CRS 4.3(IPCC)

thanks for the Matrix link

Blair

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Chris Deren Wed, 09/17/2008 - 04:53

I think you may have these flipped as there is no IPCC 4.3, or you ment to say 4.0.3.

Chris

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