I have a customer with a CM cluster who is opening a branch office. They purchased a 2911 to link the branch phones back to the centralised CUCM with SRST and SRSV licenses. It's now been decided that they don't want to connect the new branch to the HQ CUCM and want to run CUCME and CUE locally on the 2911.
The licenses they have purchased are for SRSV-CUE and not CUE. I'm not familiar with the SRSV product, but having installed it, it looks identical to CUE. Can SRSV be used as a permanent VM solution or will the customer have to buy new licenses for CUE? If they can run SRSV, is there any loss of features from CUE? Information on the product seems to be quite hard to come by outside of the Cisco sales pitch type docs.
As Paolo mentions, this won't work
a) Because it's not designed to be used that way and we won't support it as a permanent VM solution:
About Cisco Unified SRSV-CUE Release 8.0
Cisco Unified Survivable Remote Site Voicemail (Cisco Unified SRSV) is an application that adds support for a survivability architecture to Cisco Unity Connection voicemail solutions.
It works with the various Cisco Unity Connection components to provide an enhanced user experience in the branch office.
The Cisco Unified SRSV solution requires the installation of two components: the Cisco Unified Messaging Gateway (Cisco UMG) component and the Cisco Unified Survivable Remote Site Voicemail—Cisco Unity Express (Cisco Unified SRSV-CUE) component.
b) Because as above explains it's not just having SRSV loaded for this to work, you need a CUC deployment and UMG.
If you do not meet the requirements outlined in the documentation, it won't work, and we won't support it.
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