I am a newbie to Cisco IP telephony and request your guidance.
My boss has asked me to order some 7942 phones for a CUCM based site and some 7942 phones for a CME based site.
For CUCM 9, I understand that we need an enhanced user licenses on CUCM side.
For the IP phone, I see 2 part numbers and am confused.
CP-7942G - Cisco Unified IP Phone 7942G CP-7942G-CH1 - Cisco Unified IP Phone 7942G, for Channels, with one station user license
What is the station user license mentioned in the part number CP-7942G-CH1 ? Is it the same as the enhanced user licenses? Assuming i am ordering enhanced user licenses, what should I order CP-7942G or CP-7942G-CH1?
I also see a part number SW-CCM-UL-7942= ? What is this part? is it needed?
And what do I need for CME?
Is FL-CME-SRST-10 enough for the CME?
What is the part number for the phones? Is it CP-7942G or CP-7942G-CCME?
I also see another part number "SW-CCME-UL-7942="? What is it? And is it really needed?
I heard that Cisco simplified Licensing from version 9. At least it doesn't look simple to me :(
Hi without knowing your business goals, current network, etc here is some feedback.
Depending on your design, if the sites are connected via a reliable WAN you could run the branch site as SRST and not CME, this way you get a rich feature set of the centralised call manager and simplify licenses, etc.
Anyway, you need to size your CUCME (or SRST) correctly as each Cisco router hardware platform has a maximum supported handsets. If you have a SIP provider new purchased ISRs now come with 10 CUBE licenses other wise you will need something else such as a VIC for dial tone.
For instance the following is a router that comes with 25 CME
Actually, we have 2 sites - a CUCM based site and a CME based site and we need to order phones and licenses for both sites and we have ran out of licenses and phones on both sites.
May I please request you to explain me on the following doubts?
1. Are SW-CCM-UL-7942= and SW-CCME-UL-7942= licenses needed for any use case? And when do we need to buy them?
2. Assuming I am buying Enhanced licenses for CUCM and FL-CME-SRST licenses for CME, why do you suggest me to buy CP-7942G for CUCM and CP-7942G-CCME for the CME scenario? Why can't I just buy CP-7942G for CME as well?
Aren't the enhanced user licenses on CUCM side and FL-CME-SRST licenses equivalent?
Hi petercoggie, it seems you need a more detailed recommendation on each license that you will need. please send me an email and ill try to help out with a more recommendation on the licenses you'll need. hope to ehar from you soon!
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