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cucm 10 licencing

 

 

 

Dear all,

 

                      Can I change cucm10x  IP address installed on ucs server(vmware platform).

                     If I change ip address, is it effect licence ?.

 

Regards

Ajay Jose K

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No, 9.x and 10.x use the same

No, 9.x and 10.x use the same licensing method and on neither of them there is a license MAC anymore.

Licenses are tied to ELM and PLM respectively, and each has a unique hash which is used to license the UC apps to the licensing server. Changing IP of servers managed by PLM/ELM no longer has anything to with rehosting licenses. You just would need to re-configure ELM/PLM to look at the new IP (if configured using IP)

Anything before 9.x on Linux appliance, still has a license MAC

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Hi,From version 8.6 to 9.x

Hi,

From version 8.6 to 9.x you had to send a license rehost request to Cisco Licensing team, in version 10.x doesn´t exist MAC License so maybe you can change the IP Address without need rehost licensig, do you have experience doing it?

Regards.

Cisco Employee

No, 9.x and 10.x use the same

No, 9.x and 10.x use the same licensing method and on neither of them there is a license MAC anymore.

Licenses are tied to ELM and PLM respectively, and each has a unique hash which is used to license the UC apps to the licensing server. Changing IP of servers managed by PLM/ELM no longer has anything to with rehosting licenses. You just would need to re-configure ELM/PLM to look at the new IP (if configured using IP)

Anything before 9.x on Linux appliance, still has a license MAC

HTH

java

if this helps, please rate

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Dear all, Thank you for your

Dear all,

 

Thank you for your Reply.

 

Regards,

Ajay Jose K

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