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Cloning Cisco PLM server

uday kiran
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We are moving UC appilcations (cucm,cuc,uccx, cer and cup, plm) from one datacenter to another.

So, we are cloning them and transferring it to another DC. Now, when we clone it changes the MAC address.

How does it affect PLM server? PLM also takes new MAC, does it affect licenses?

I know we have to move licenses for UCCX but not sure about PLM.

 

IP Telephony and Phones, Unified Communications

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Jaime Valencia
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The PLM documentation explains that for a standalone PLM the best practice is to hardcode the MAC address as that is now used to tie the licenses to the server.

If the MAC address changes, licenses are no longer valid.

HTH

java

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Jaime Valencia
Hall of Fame Cisco Employee Hall of Fame Cisco Employee
Hall of Fame Cisco Employee

The PLM documentation explains that for a standalone PLM the best practice is to hardcode the MAC address as that is now used to tie the licenses to the server.

If the MAC address changes, licenses are no longer valid.

HTH

java

if this helps, please rate
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