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Unity 4.0 on old MCS 7835 server model

I have an old Cisco MCS 7835 server with CPU PIII 800, x2 18G RAID 1 hard disk, 1G RAM and CD ROM.

Can I use this server to install the Unity 4.0 with 100 VM users??

According to the URL:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps2237/products_data_sheet09186a008009267e.html

This server is not certified. But it is a Cisco MCS server, can I still install the Unity successfully?

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Gold

Re: Unity 4.0 on old MCS 7835 server model

Hmmm we never shipped a PIII 800 version but the 733 and the 1000 verions both support Unity 4.0.

MCS 7835-733

Previously shipped by Cisco

Up to 32 ports Voice Messaging/Unified Messaging

Cisco Unity version 2.46 and above

IP integration only

MCS 7835-1000

Previously shipped by Cisco

Up to 40 ports Voice Messaging/Unified Messaging

Cisco Unity version 2.46 and above

IP, dual and traditional integrations

So you should be good. :-)

Thanks,

Keith

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Re: Unity 4.0 on old MCS 7835 server model

Actually, I have no idea on old MCS platform. Maybe it should be PIII 733 CPU.

For our MCS7835-733 model, it has 1G DRAM, x2 18G RAID 1 hard disk, and CD ROM.

According to the documentation, the Unity installation Disc is only DVD. So how can I use the old model to fit the new Unity 4.0???

Please suggest whether I should upgrade my server component or not.

Many thanks!!

New Member

Re: Unity 4.0 on old MCS 7835 server model

Hi Keith,

Actually I just want to upgrade the hard disk from RAID 1 18.2 to 36G and then install unity. What hard disk model should I purchase?? from Cisco or HP?? What's the old SCSI hard disk?? RPM10K or others?? I cannot find the hard disk specfication on the MCS7835-733. Can you give me a hand??

thanks a lot!

Samuel

Gold

Re: Unity 4.0 on old MCS 7835 server model

You can order the software on CD for a nominal cost. I don't do sales so I don't know the part number but I assure it that it exists. Or if you like you can just download them from CCO at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/Software/Tablebuild/tablebuild.pl/4yutni0.

As far as the hard disks go Cisco doesn't support adding addition drives or replacing smaller ones with larger.

Thanks,

Keith

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