can anyone explain how this works now. From what I have read you have to use CRS which means a seperate server which seem stupid, why take a solution that was working and make it twice as complicated!!!!
I have a 7815-I1 that I want to use for TAPS across all my clients. I will just continue to reconfigure and reuse the system. The 2003 Cisco OS won't install cause the server is not supported. If I install a standard 2003 OS, what in the registry do I have to change so I can install CRS5.0 for TAPS?
I agree that cisco really needs to think about this one... I have five CCm 4.13 clusters and its going to suck to have to stand up a server at each cluster just for taps. They need to move taps as a part of CCM.
Also I dont believe you have have more then one cluster point to the same CRS server. Some one please correct me if I am wrong....
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