Not sure if anyone has had experience with this yet, perhaps a Cisco staff member might help here.
Expressway-C and Expressway-E
Can both reside on the same virtual appliance for small customers. Perhaps there is a single/dual site BE6K on a C220, there is only room for one Expressway appliance on it and there are perhaps less than 200 users.
Since there would be a firewall with NAT traversal for SIP, I imagine the need to have a seperate Expressway-E would not be necessary.
Any thoughts? for smaller builds on BE6K it would be great to not have to buy a second C220 just for edge capabilities.
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