I'm looking to buy 3 ATA186 analog adaptors to be run on Call Manager Express. I've used the ATA186s before, but not on Call Manager Express. I'm trying to figure out if I need 3 licenses or 6. I intend to use both lines on all 3 devices, but I can't get a crystal clear answer on license count.
I'm guessing I need 6.
Can anyone confirm that I need 3 or 6 of the SW-CCME-UL-ANA part number?
Obviously you need at least one license because you're going to use at least one of the 2 ports, but just because you're not required to buy 2 licenses, doesn't mean 2 licenses aren't required to run both ports.
On Call Manager 4 and Call Manager 6, each port takes a license - so I'm guessing it's the same on Call Manager express, but I'm trying to make sure.
Thanks for your reply, but unfortunately it doesn't help me.
On the ATA186 data sheet, both Call Manager and Call Manager Express have the "1 per device required" listed.
Every version of Call Manager I've used (3,4, and 6) consider each port a different device, so if you want to use both ports, you need a license for both.
So just going by both personal experience and the data sheet, it appears that each port needs a license. I agree that the licensing is different in Call Manager Express, so that's why I'm posting this because I can't find any documentation that says "yea" or "nay".
Furthermore, orders made with 2 device licenses for each ATA186 don't meet any objection.
Does anyone have any documentation or personal experience using both ports of an ATA186 in Call Manager Express?
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