On the UC540 platform, how exactly is licensing done? If you get a 8 phone license on the defualt kit, my understanding is that this gives you 8 IP phones, 2 teleworker phones, and 4 FXS ports. So you can technically have 10 IP phones along with 4 Analog for a total of 14 phones (IP and analog) operating at once...is that correct? Is there some limitation with the teleworker phones?
Now, I understand on CME that there is no hard limit to the amount of ephones and DNs, does this change for the UC540? Does it limit you to the 8+2 and you can't go higher without a license?
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The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
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