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[FONT="]What learning tools do I need in terms of books, lab equipment, cbts to deploy Cisco Voice for a small office of 50-100 users or so.Any advice?[/FONT]
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Your 2651XM can do 48 users. CME on a 2651XM would be an older version however. A UC520 can do up to 64. You'd need something like a 3700 or 3800 to handle 100. CallManager itself would easily do 100.
Tiersten, did they originally design the UC520 to only support 48 phones, then later offer a license for 64? Any ideas on that? I keep seeing tons of documentation saying it only supports 48 phones, but I do see that they sell a 64 user license.
Yeah. The 64 user option came in later. It didn't originally ship with that ability but was added in a software update. You need to get to 48 users first and then buy the 64 user upgrade.
Cisco Unity Express supports up to 250 users. You can get one with a hard drive or one that just has flash on it.
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Glad we're having this discussion, I'm learning lots!
Don’t quote me on this, but I think it’s something like 50 user mailboxes, + 15 general purpose mailboxes for use with things like AA.
General delivery mailboxes (GDMs) This feature provides storage for voicemail messages that any designated team member
can retrieve to respond quickly to callers' requests, resulting in greater customer
satisfaction. As an option, you can configure any licensed number of these GDMs as
individual mailboxes, expanding the capacity of each license level from 12, 25, 50, 100,
150, 200, and 250 up to 17, 35, 65, 120, 175, 225, and 275 individual mailboxes,
No, AIM-VOICE-30 adds DSP resources. It’s older technology, but allows a non-voice router to terminate something like a voice PRI using a native WIC slot and a VWIC-1MFT-XX module. Not used for voicemail.
It there a lot of difference in the configuration of a CME 4.1 vs UC500. I know the cme 4.1 is cli based how about the UC500.
You can use the CLI as well as the same commands to setup both – There are newer features on the UC that aren’t available in CME 4.1, but you shouldn’t be tested on any of them (just the fundamentals here). The biggest difference is that the Cisco Configuration Assistant GUI right now only works with the UC, which you will see a plenty if you’re planning on taking the CCNA:V test, plus the UC has UE voicemail builtin.
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