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cisco wireless phone - cisco call manager

i need to ask some question regarding my cisco call manager express that i already have on cisco router 2911

 

1- regarding the attached specs i need to know if my manager support cordless or wireless cisco phones ?

2- if it support so what is the kind of it and is it available in the market or not ?

3- if not available in market or call manager  version is not support wireless phones , so should i upgrade the call manager ?

4- my current system supporting how many phone as MAXIMUM ?

 thanks

amr alrazzaz
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Re: cisco wireless phone - cisco call manager

Hi there

 

Your running CME is 10.5 which got end of life/sale. You should plan moving towards the 12.6 now with 4300 or 4400 ISRs. You can get the max limit capacities from below doc

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucme/requirements/guide/cme126spc.html

 

For Wireless phones, you can plan 8821 and if you dont plan for an existing CME upgrade, you can try deploying using fast track mode on 10.5

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucme/requirements/guide/cme105spc.html

 

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collaboration-endpoints/wireless-ip-phone-8821/index.html

 

You can find the max limit of your CME 10.5/ Router model from here.

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucme/requirements/guide/cme105spc.html

 

 

 

Hope this Helps

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Re: cisco wireless phone - cisco call manager

dear sir 

 

thanks for ur great answers 

 

what if im not planning to upgrade for now ? and keep working with 10.5 ? so whats the kind of cordless or wireless cisco phones compatible and can be configured on call manager 10.5 ? 

 

whats the kind or brands of these phones ? and is it still available in market ? also these phones will be configured as SCCP ? CORRECT ?

amr alrazzaz
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Re: cisco wireless phone - cisco call manager

dear :) have good day 

 

thanks for always help , need to confirm 

 

what if im not planning to upgrade for now ? and keep working with 10.5 ? so whats the kind of cordless or wireless cisco phones compatible and can be configured on call manager 10.5 ? 

is this cordless phone 8821 available  in market ? and the configurations will be sip or sccp ? and is it working with cme 10.5 ?

whats the kind or brands of these phones ? and is it still available in market ? also these phones will be configured as SCCP ? CORRECT ?

amr alrazzaz
Enthusiast

Re: cisco wireless phone - cisco call manager

thanks for always help , need to confirm 

 

what if im not planning to upgrade for now ? and keep working with 10.5 ? so whats the kind of cordless or wireless cisco phones compatible and can be configured on call manager 10.5 ? 

is this cordless phone 8821 available  in market ? and the configurations will be sip or sccp ? and is it working with cme 10.5 ?

whats the kind or brands of these phones ? and is it still available in market ? also these phones will be configured as SCCP ? CORRECT ?

amr alrazzaz
Enthusiast

Re: cisco wireless phone - cisco call manager

should i request the phones with license or the cme that i have already include licenses ? 

amr alrazzaz
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Re: cisco wireless phone - cisco call manager

should i request the phones with license or the cme that i have already include licenses ? 

 

i have 25 seat license ? and i already installed 16 phones ? so should request the wireless phones without licenses ?

 

amr alrazzaz
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Re: cisco wireless phone - cisco call manager

amralrazzaz, 

 

Ratheesh's answer was pretty inclusive. I am not completely familiar with CME licensing, but if you have 25 seats and are only using 24, you would have 1 license available for a wireless phone. You can use the 7920, 21, 25, 26 or the 8821. If the price is right on the secondary market, and they offer the license with it, then that is up to you. I personally would have concerns uploading licenses from a secondary source. Make sure it is reputable. Since you aren't planning on upgrading though you won't be able to get the licenses from Cisco.

 

This link will tell you what is compatible. Good luck.

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucme/requirements/guide/cme105spc.html

Enthusiast

Re: cisco wireless phone - cisco call manager

many thanks with last question 

 

should i bring 7925/26 or 8821 ? which is better to my cme version for now ? or any phone its not big difference ?

(what do u prefer for me to get ? ) and 7925/26 is sccp configuration but 8821 is sip configuration ? so is it make any difference or both is ok ?

another thing : if i decide later to upgrade cme  to 11.5 or 12 ? is these phone will be working on it ?

 

amr alrazzaz
Beginner

Re: cisco wireless phone - cisco call manager

Amr Alrazzaz,

 

If you are currently using SCCP and have never used SIP then stay with SCCP. If you have used or are using SIP currently and are comfortable with it, then the choice is yours based upon what you need from the phone. Both phones work through at least CME 12.0 and have not been deprecated.

 

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucme/requirements/guide/cme12spc.html

 

Jason

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