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CallManager business

Hi all, can anyone tell me if CallManager business edition offer a support for a redundancy i mean can i deploy two callmanager biusiness edition in a cluster environment

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Hall of Fame Super Red

Re: CallManager business

Hi Seif,

Hope all is well!

Sadly no, this is one of the drawbacks of Business Edition installs. CUCM-BE is a single server "all in one" platform.

Cisco Unified Communications Manager has the unique ability to cluster multiple servers and manage them as a single entity, allowing customers and constituents to optimize reliability and scalability. Additionally, Cisco Unified Communications Manager comes with a host of innovative and robust features, including integration with Microsoft Outlook address books for simplified dialing, analysis, and reporting tools for detailed call records, a receptionist console, and conference calling.

***Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition is a single-server system that includes unified messaging services with Cisco Unity® Connection, call-processing services with Cisco Unified Communications Manager, and mobility services with Cisco Unified Mobility. This solution is suitable for medium-sized organizations consisting of between 200 and 500 users.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps7273/prod_brochure0900aecd8043fee4.html

Hope this helps!

Rob

Hall of Fame Super Red

Re: CallManager business

Hi Seif,

You are correct. The seats will be part of the "Node License" and will be uploaded to the 1st Node/Publisher/License Manager only.

As you know, you will require two different types of Licenses (Node License with seats that covers the number of proposed users and Device License Units/DLU's for phones);

**Licenses are generated for requested Cisco CallManager nodes (in your case 2) (the number of servers in a Cisco CallManager cluster - with seats *Node License) and the phones that are associated with those nodes (DLU's on a separate License).

***Note - Upload the license file only on the first node of Cisco CallManager cluster.

License File Contents

The license file contains the following information:

•Number of Cisco CallManager nodes that are licensed: This indicates number of Cisco CallManager servers in a cluster that are licensed to the customer.

•Versions of the Cisco CallManager that are supported.

•Number of phone units licensed: Instead of creating a separate license for each phone type, a concept of unit license is used. Each phone type corresponds to a fixed number of license units.

Here is an Example of Permanent CCM_Node licenses

# Optional usage agreement, legal language, tracking information

# Some other comments

INCREMENT CCM_NODE cisco 5.0 permanent uncounted \

VENDOR_STRING=3000BCD4EE59D1.0

ileVersion> \

HOSTID=000bcd4ee59d \

NOTICE="200508261405391621 \

" SIGN="19B3 4C6C 25AC 6D22 4D75 DE6A 656B 08C5 \

30E4 16DB 771B 1393 9DC1 DBC4 C5AA 15CC 6E6C B7B8 895A DCBA \

B40F C551 2625 1C97 F20D 9977 6CFF 3603 081E 6FF2"

The preceding license file includes the following information:

•No expiration date for this license exists as indicated by the keyword permanent.

•This license file provides three licenses for the version 5.0 of the feature CCM_NODES.

•The Cisco specific fieldLicFileID, identifies this license file.

•You can add multiple increment lines for same feature in a license file to increase the license count. None of the INCREMENT lines should be identical and each of them should be signed independently.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/admin/5_0_1/ccmcfg/b02licfu.html

Hope this helps!

Rob

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Hall of Fame Super Red

Re: CallManager business

Hi Seif,

Hope all is well!

Sadly no, this is one of the drawbacks of Business Edition installs. CUCM-BE is a single server "all in one" platform.

Cisco Unified Communications Manager has the unique ability to cluster multiple servers and manage them as a single entity, allowing customers and constituents to optimize reliability and scalability. Additionally, Cisco Unified Communications Manager comes with a host of innovative and robust features, including integration with Microsoft Outlook address books for simplified dialing, analysis, and reporting tools for detailed call records, a receptionist console, and conference calling.

***Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition is a single-server system that includes unified messaging services with Cisco Unity® Connection, call-processing services with Cisco Unified Communications Manager, and mobility services with Cisco Unified Mobility. This solution is suitable for medium-sized organizations consisting of between 200 and 500 users.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps7273/prod_brochure0900aecd8043fee4.html

Hope this helps!

Rob

New Member

Re: CallManager business

hey huffman hope you doing well and thanks for your reply, by the way i gotta several questions related to the purchasing of CCM, so

When i want to deploy two callManager on cluster with two MCS server i only have to purchase one Seats license wich will be uploaded by the two callmanager as well as the primary and the secondary so correct if i'm wrong and thanks again for all

Hall of Fame Super Red

Re: CallManager business

Hi Seif,

You are correct. The seats will be part of the "Node License" and will be uploaded to the 1st Node/Publisher/License Manager only.

As you know, you will require two different types of Licenses (Node License with seats that covers the number of proposed users and Device License Units/DLU's for phones);

**Licenses are generated for requested Cisco CallManager nodes (in your case 2) (the number of servers in a Cisco CallManager cluster - with seats *Node License) and the phones that are associated with those nodes (DLU's on a separate License).

***Note - Upload the license file only on the first node of Cisco CallManager cluster.

License File Contents

The license file contains the following information:

•Number of Cisco CallManager nodes that are licensed: This indicates number of Cisco CallManager servers in a cluster that are licensed to the customer.

•Versions of the Cisco CallManager that are supported.

•Number of phone units licensed: Instead of creating a separate license for each phone type, a concept of unit license is used. Each phone type corresponds to a fixed number of license units.

Here is an Example of Permanent CCM_Node licenses

# Optional usage agreement, legal language, tracking information

# Some other comments

INCREMENT CCM_NODE cisco 5.0 permanent uncounted \

VENDOR_STRING=3000BCD4EE59D1.0

ileVersion> \

HOSTID=000bcd4ee59d \

NOTICE="200508261405391621 \

" SIGN="19B3 4C6C 25AC 6D22 4D75 DE6A 656B 08C5 \

30E4 16DB 771B 1393 9DC1 DBC4 C5AA 15CC 6E6C B7B8 895A DCBA \

B40F C551 2625 1C97 F20D 9977 6CFF 3603 081E 6FF2"

The preceding license file includes the following information:

•No expiration date for this license exists as indicated by the keyword permanent.

•This license file provides three licenses for the version 5.0 of the feature CCM_NODES.

•The Cisco specific fieldLicFileID, identifies this license file.

•You can add multiple increment lines for same feature in a license file to increase the license count. None of the INCREMENT lines should be identical and each of them should be signed independently.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/admin/5_0_1/ccmcfg/b02licfu.html

Hope this helps!

Rob

New Member

Re: CallManager business

Thanks Kindly Huffman and have a good day i really appreciate your help.

kind Regards

Hall of Fame Super Red

Re: CallManager business

You are always welcome Seif :)

Best of luck with your planning and Rollout!

Rob

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