Upgrade from 5.1 to 6.0 -- Installation disks required?
Quick question for you. If I want to do the upgrade from 5.1(2) to the 6.0(1a) available on CCO, can I just download the 6.0(1a) and upgrade via the OS admin page? Or do I need to have the base 6.0 version on disk first and then download and install the 6.0(1a) upgrade? Thanks for the help!
Re: Upgrade from 5.1 to 6.0 -- Installation disks required?
Thanks for the question. The one part I missed! Yes, you need the upgrade license to get the services up and running. What Cisco sends is a license file that enables your CUCM licenses to work under CUCM6 as opposed to a new set of keys. I'm assuming this is their go forward plan, but having only done a single upgrade so far, I don't have anything to compare it to.
Yes, the only downtime I had was processing the upgrades. The reason it takes so long is that you can start upgrading or even uploading the files to the SUB(S) until the PUB is completely done.
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