Background: We have to migrate TMS to a new server because the old one is being retired. My first migration attempt failed, because (I later found out) the server we're migrating to is Windows 2008R2 64 bit which is not supported by our current TMS version 12.6.2.
So we will have to upgrade TMS. The minimum version required for 64 bit server support is 13.0, but the current version of TMS is 14.3.2. As long as we have to upgrade I would like to go ahead and get to 14.3.2 however we're concerned we might have compatibility issues with older components.We don't want to spend the time and effort to upgrade other components at this time.
Question: Is TMS 14.3.2 compatible with the telepresence components/software versions below? Thank you.
As far as upgrading TMS to 14.x, TMS Agent Legacy support is removed, so if you use provisioning for Jabber Video/E20/EX endpoints you'll need to migrate to TMSPE as well. In order to migrate to TMSPE you'll need to upgrade your VCSs to atleast version X7.2 as noted in the deployment guide.
But, to answer your question, yes, all of those components should be compatible with the newer TMS version - none of the support for these has been removed.
As you are running some quite old versions on these pieces of equipment, you may wish to consider upgrading them to more recent releases - some of these newer releases will give you better interactivity and reporting than the old versions as well as security/vulnerability fixes. Not to mention that X5.2 is end of support next year.
Current versions for the equipment would be:
VCS-Control / VCS-Expressway - X8.1 MCU (assuming a codian) - 4.4(3.67) ISDN Gatwway (assuming a 3241 or similar) - 2.2(1.92)P TCS (Generation 1) - 5.1 (or 5.3.2 if Generation 2)
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