for a lab environment, i have a supported server for CCM 5.x, but the issue is that i don't have 5.x DVD/CDs
i have this file cisco-ipt-k9-patch188.8.131.5200-5.tar.gz.sgn of 1.4GB from CCO, my question is it possible to get the redhat linux version that ccm 5.x resides on, install it first then install this 5.x version?
if so and as i know linux version needs some cisco specific updates, then how to get this linux version with cisco updates?
You cannot install this on a Linux box. You will need to get the CD and along with the CD the necessary License files as with CM 5.x, you need a license file for Device Units (Phones) and Server Node License.
If this is for Lab, you can get the NFR version (Discounted Price), which cannot be used for Production System. It can only be used for Demo/Lab Purprose.
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