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Phone License for CallManager 3.0

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Oct 5th, 2006
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1. Can I still be able to use the existing licenses (ie LIC-CM-DL-100, etc) to add phones to my CallManager 3.0?

2. Do the current 7960G, 7940G, 7961G and 7941G phones work with CallManager 3.0?

3. If not, which phones would work with them? (we still have a CallManager 3.0 in-house)

4. Can I still get licenses for CallManager 3.0 to operate phones with them?

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Rob Huffman Thu, 10/05/2006 - 06:00
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Hi Kingsleyn,

Documentation for CCM 3.0 is nearly impossible to find, due to the age of this release, so this information is hard to verify.Have a look at the most recent ccm compatibilty matrix and the oldest version is ccm 3.1.4;

Cisco Unified CallManager Compatibility Matrix



2.7940G/7960G yes

7941G/7961G no

3.7935/7910 yes (both products are "end of sale")

4.No/Maybe - should direct this question to;

[email protected]

Have a look at the following;

Cisco CallManager 3.1(1) was released on Cisco.com on July 31, 2001, and was further enhanced and substituted by several maintenance and feature releases ending with Release 3.1(4). As each new release became available, it became a better alternative to a previous release, so that, over time, demand for the previous release versions decreased. With previous releases compatibility was ensured through extensive testing. This notice applies to all versions of Cisco CallManager 3.1(X). Sales of these releases ended on December 18, 2003, with the availability of Cisco CallManager 3.3(2).

Customers can choose to continue using Cisco on CallManager 3.1(X). Customers with the appropriate support contract will continue to receive support form the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC). However, customers with 3.1(X) releases deployed who encounter stability or defect issues that have been corrected in releases 3.2(X), 3.3(X) or 4.0 will be directed to upgrade to these versions to resolve the defects. The last maintenance version for Cisco CallManager 3.1 was 3.1(4). Limiting the number of orderable Cisco CallManager releases improves customer satisfaction with Cisco IP Communications solutions by allowing Cisco Systems? to concentrate more engineering resources on improved quality and performance in current releases.

From this doc;

Clarification of Sale and Support Status of Cisco CallManager 3.1


Hope this helps!


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