I'm new to this community and I've come seeking answers to a couple questions.
My customer (sporting goods chain) wants to migrate from legacy PBX to IP Telephony. Following are the key points...
- There are 16 locations including the central office...15 stores and 1 central office.
- Central office will have 30 phones.
- Each store will have 1 phone.
- 3 Soft phones
- All 15 stores are currently linked to the central office via 1mbps metro links. The network is simple and flat.
I am proposing the following..
- Central office
- 1 x UC520-48U-12FXO-K9 and 1 x WS-CE520-24PC-K9
- 1 x CP-7962G=
- 1 x CP7915=
- 5 x CP-7965G=
- 24 x CP-7942G=
- 3 x IP Communicator v7 (need help with this licensing)
- 15 x WS-CE520-8PC-K9 or WS-C2960PD-8TT-L (need your recommendation)
- 15 x CP-7942G=
That just about covers it at the high level. Can you guys validate the above and let me know if I missed anything?
The SCCP licenses inside the UC520 can be used however you want to use them.
Any real IP Phone, additional FXS with features and voice mail boxes, Soft phones (CIPC), phones at remote locations....pretty much any way you choose.
The 48 user SKU has these 4 extra (total 52) licenses which you can use any way you want. No limit to any type as long as you dont overrun the total.
Hope thats clearer.
For CIPC on the UC520, the licenses are included in the UC520, so your SBMM would probably ask you to order:
|SW-IPCOMM-E1=||Cisco IP Communicator Software for SBCS UC520|
|CON-ESW-IPCOMM||Cisco SMARTnet Software Support and Upgrades for Cisco IP Communicator|