We have converted to smart licensing and are out of compliance with our CME Endpoint 12 Licenses.
The licensing portal shows the part number as CME-EP but I can't find any reference to this online and when I contact resellers they offer CME-UL (and some also say I will additionally need L-CME-CUE).
I'm not 100% convinced that the resellers know what they are talking about. Before I place an order can someone confirm that CME-UL is the correct part number for smart licensing a handset?
Why does the smart licensing portal call it CME-EP?
Can someone also explain the purpose of L-CME-CUE? It doesn't cost anything and I'm not sure what it is for!
I've searched through the existing questions but the in the few questions about this some mention CME-UL and some mention CME-EP. I'm thoroughly confused!
I did order some licenses internally to test this, I asked for CME-UL and they show up as CME v12 Endpoint License in the licenses tab, if you drill down, it shows CME-UL under the License SKU for them.
If you're an end user, I suggest you reach out to a Cisco partner with UC specializations for further assistance with ordering, as things change quite frequently and even between versions. If you're with a partner, you should be reaching out to pre-sales for assistance with PNs, SKUs, ordering, etc.
Our beginner online classes are designed to help IT Admins plan, deploy, and manage their Webex Control Hub environment. Start off by learning what critical elements are needed to deploy Control Hub or move into Webex features that can be used to better ...
I need to modify the SIP header. When I call to the PSTN, the header SIP show From firstname.lastname@example.org (Gateway - Private IP 172.24.10.6) and i need email@example.com (Gateway - Public IP 184.108.40.206). How can I change in theGateway the ...
Need some help with a gadget development. Have a gadget built however it triggers when a call comes to an agent and immediately after when the agent goes into "RESERVED" state. I need to pop a window that is working however the pop happens bef...