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UCL and UC8.5 / 3 questions

Question asked by baaastien on Nov 24, 2010
Latest reply on Nov 24, 2010 by Srinivasan Kilambi

Hi Everyone

 

I'm trying to understand the new UCL for 8.5.

 

 

Q1 : Mobile Connect

 

Refering to the ordering guide (page 18-19 of "ip_comm_og_ucl_based_1021.pdf") :

 

Enhanced IP User License :

Entitles the user to use of a single endpoint of any make or model, including a hard phone and Soft phone from Cisco or a third party.

The Enhanced IP User License also entitles Mobile Connect for a user who has a mobile client (dual mode or Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator) or any thirdparty
mobile solution.

Any user with a mobile client or third-party mobile solution requires an Enhanced UCL.

 

Basic IP User License :

Entitles the user to use of one (1) Basic Cisco IP Endpoint, currently Cisco Unified IP Phone 6911 and 6921 models.

Basic IP User License also entitles Mobile Connect for a user who does not have any mobile client (dual mode or Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator) or any third-party mobile solution.

 

==> So if a user have a Mobile phone, he can use Mobile connect only if he doesn't have any mobile client, that's it ?What's do yo mean with "Third Pary solutions" ?

 

 

Q2 : The Three pricing Tiers

 

If a need to order, for example, 5000 x Basic UCL and 5000 x Enhanced UCL, how does it work ?

 

1000 x LIC-CUCM-USR-A

4000 x LIC-CUCM-USR-B

+

1000 x LIC-CUCM-BASIC-USR-A

4000 x LIC-CUCM-BASIC-USR-B

 

==> Sounds Good ? (The DCT is not updated for 8.5, so I can't try online for the moment...)

 

 

 

Q3 : UC on UCS and sizing mistake

There is a mistake in this Ordering guide (page 43) :

 

"2. Determine Virtual Machine Quantity and Cisco UCS Server Quantity
For UCS C series, one Virtual Machine per server is supported, so the required UCS server count is the same as the MCS server "

 

==> Huhu, good joke Nothing is mentionned about coresidency, please be carefull.

 

 

Thanks in advance !

 

Regards,

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