in order to do lisencing the publiser server we need to upload two lisence (publisher,subscriber server )my question is which MAC ADDRESS we have to give for lisencing the publisher server wheather of publisher or subscriber server(MAC ADDRESS)
This will be the MAC of the Publisher server. The Publisher will become the License Manager. Here is a clip;
Uploading a License file
Use the following procedure to upload a license file to the Cisco CallManager server with the matching MAC address (Publisher) that is provided when requesting for a license file. The Cisco CallManager server where the license file is loaded takes on the functionality of the "license manager".
When you installed the publisher, did you fully install it as "first Node" in the cluster. Once online, you need to add the licensing into the Publisher based upon the MAC address of Pub.
Once it is up and running, THEN you can install the subscriber. Don't install the subscriber until you have all the licensing completed on the Publisher.
Licensing lately at Cisco has been iffy. You need to verify what licenses you have in your contract and also on the PAK. It's not as easy as it used to be. You sometimes have to register about 3 PAKs just to get CM5/6 up and running. There are different types of .LIC for CCM. Application, Nodes, DLUs, etc.
When you email Licensing, have them verify what the license is for.
And when you do install your Subscriber, it should be asking you to join the cluster. Everything must be up and running on the publisher or the Subscriber will not even get through install. (or will, but not licensed for the Node.)
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