I am preparing to deploy WebEx meeting server for the first time but am having trouble understanding how the licensing works.
In a 50 user deployment is the maximum number of users who can join meetings at the same time, either 2 meeting with 25 users, or 5 meetings with 10 users, limited to 50? Or is 50 the limit of named users who can host meetings?
For example, could 6 named users create simultaneous meetings, then each meeting was joined by 10 users (including host) totalling 60 meeting users at that time? If possible am I correct in saying that only 6 licenses would be used in this senario?
Thanks for your help.
Cisco WebEx Meetings Server (CWMS) and Cisco Unified MeetingPlace - Conferencing
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