if im ordering TWO new servers for an upgrade from CME to CCM 6.1 do i also need to order QTY 2 of the following? LIC-CM6.0-7816=
i was reading the following excerpt
Q. I have a Cisco Unified CallManager Express (CME) customer who wishes to upgrade to Cisco Unified CallManager 5.1. What steps do I need to follow to ensure the licensing transfers?
A. Do the following:
1. Determine how many and what type of devices are on the customer's Cisco Unified CME.
2. Enter the quantity of each device in the "yellow" cell in the Cisco Unified CallManager Device License Unit Calculator pasted at the end of this document.
3. Contact email@example.com with the MAC address of the publisher and the number of device license units calculated in step 2. The customer does not need a node license-it comes with the new Cisco Unified CallManager.
4. The customer adds this license file to the new Cisco Unified CallManager 5.1.
Where xxxx is equal to the number of seats that are required.
Here is a clip from a CCM Ordering Guide
"A license must be ordered for each server in a Unified Communications Manager cluster irrespective of server function (e.g. MOH, TFTP, warm standby server, etc). The license should match the number of seats on the cluster."
I think that this is a little deceiving. We know that the CCM Cluster "must" have the appropriate Node Licenses/with seats to operate correctly. In your case 2 Node Licenses are required. I think that the assumption being made in this reference is that the CCM has already been purchased (with Node Licenses) and that this process describes migrating the DLU's only. It is possible that Cisco will give you credit for the investment in CME by providing the Node Licenses but this would have to be reflected in the PAK and License relationship performed when first installing the new CCM Servers.
I would try speaking with your Cisco SE or firing off an email to confirm.
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