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License inquiry in the MSE8000

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Jan 22nd, 2014
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Dear all,


Based on Port matrix table of the  Administrator Guide


Mode          Licenses per port     Video ports

SD                          1                          80

HD                          2                          20

HD+                       4                           20

Full HD                   4                          15


Since our client would like to depoly "Full HD" in their network, anyone can confirm the maximum participant ( we guess is 15).

We did not need to buy full license on this case, the number of license(L-8420-2PL) should be 30  for this case?

Best Regards,

Ben Lai

Correct Answer by Martin Koch about 3 years 6 months ago

Yes, the numbers look ok, at least for a single 8510 blade.


Screen Shot 2014-01-23 at 12.55.46.png


The backdraw is that even if you would dial in with a low resolution device

it will still take one full hd port.


I would recomend you to look into the conductor and the telepresence server.

(Contact your Cisco Partner or Representative regards converting a 8510 to

a telepresence blade and condidtions for the Conductor).


That combination would give you a dynamic port allocation method, so depending

on the scenario you could get more users on it.


(from the TPS release notes:)

Screen Shot 2014-01-23 at 13.01.55.png




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Martin Koch Thu, 01/23/2014 - 04:03
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Yes, the numbers look ok, at least for a single 8510 blade.


Screen Shot 2014-01-23 at 12.55.46.png


The backdraw is that even if you would dial in with a low resolution device

it will still take one full hd port.


I would recomend you to look into the conductor and the telepresence server.

(Contact your Cisco Partner or Representative regards converting a 8510 to

a telepresence blade and condidtions for the Conductor).


That combination would give you a dynamic port allocation method, so depending

on the scenario you could get more users on it.


(from the TPS release notes:)

Screen Shot 2014-01-23 at 13.01.55.png




Please remember to rate helpful responses and identify helpful or correct answers.

LAI CHEUK BUN Mon, 01/27/2014 - 18:18
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Dear Martin,


Thanks for your advise.

It is right there is a backdraw for such deployment.


We have a quick review on the dynamic port allocation, it seem much more efficient in MCU resource arrangement.


Best Regards,

Ben

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