Count><OrigMacId>c8773cecf68e</OrigMacId><LicMacId>00XXXXXXXX</LicMacId><LicFileVersion>2.0</LicFileVersion> \ HOSTID=001f291351a8 OVERDRAFT=1 \ NOTICE="<LicFileID>20120611131735255</LicFileID><LicLineID>1</LicLineID> \ <PAK>1156J5644A9</PAK>" SIGN="0C30 8866 520D CF24 CB18 1C50 \ 1E43 F822 2E74 5B3A EB61 F562 152F 1CCD 700A 1D31 3816 427D \ B7BA 5C14 8AF0 783B A108 7FF3 76B5 7C3C 5971 924D 5C76 A120"They are running callmanager version 7 and the license file did not make any difference to the license count when they uploaded it.
My questions are:does the above file correspond to callmanager version 5 license file? can you use this on callmanager version 7?Thanks
This license has been issued for a VMware installation using license MACs that apply to 8.x releases. You will need to get the MAC address of NIC 0 on your publisher MCS server and email email@example.com to have it rehosted. Be sure to point out that this is an MCS, not a virtualized install.
The 5.0 is a reference to when DLU enforcement began: CUCM 5.0(1) and isn't relevent to this discussion. The version number only applies to the SW_FEATURE line. As long as the cluster has a LIC file somewhere that shows this, all other LIC files installed are enabled for 7.x releases.
If memory serves, the inclusion of these two bullets implies a VMware-encoded license:
There was a checkbox on SWIFT when you activated the PAK asking if this is for a VMware installation. I believe it adds these two fields (which you can't remove since it would invalidate the signature). If you're confident that the MAC is correct and you have tried restarting the Cisco License Manager service (on Network Services page) to no avail then you should open a TAC SR.
Message was edited by: Jonathan Schulenberg to clarify the SW_FEATURE portion of this answer.
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