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David Hailey Mon, 05/24/2010 - 12:27

In the IPC configuration, no.  Most other models, ECS and so forth - yes.


j.sillers Mon, 06/21/2010 - 21:13

I'm looking for a similar compatability


For Unity Connection 7.0.x

I can only find verification of the H4 for UCX 7.1

does anyone know if the UCX installation disks will validate the 7825-H3-ECS1 as a valid server for install?

Greg Lowe Mon, 06/21/2010 - 22:36

My understanding is that the last 4 digits (IPC1) refer to the pre-loaded installation when purchasing from supplier.

As long as the MCS-7835-H2 hardware spec match you should be fine.

David Hailey Mon, 06/21/2010 - 22:51

The trailing digits do have significance and indicate a commonality in platform and purpose.  With the advent of the appliance platform, there are now some new naming conventions that indicate that a server is a Linux appliance that comes preloaded with a specific version of an application (e.g., CUCM, CUC). For example, you may see servers with model numbers that end in UCA1A, UCB1, UCB1A, UCB2, and so forth.  IPC servers are somewhat generically used - CUCM, MP, UCCX, and etc.  Servers with the ECS indicator are configured specifically for Unity (and Unity Speech Connect); however, that doesn't exclude them from being compatible with other applications such as Unity Connection. However, this is not always a guarantee so you always need to double check the hardware compatibility guide for the software and version you plan to install.



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