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CUCM 8.6 query

Hi,

I am new to this field. Want to know this:

Maximum number of servers supported by CUCM 8.6 deployment(is it 20 or 24?), maximum number of users in entire cluster in a VMware deployment using C220 M3 servers, maximum number of call processing servers that can be opertaional at a time.

Regards,

Rajnath..

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Hi Rajnath.

I think this post can answer your query.

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Regards

Carlo

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But the last reply on that thread is wrong, the SRND call processing chapter has all the answers to your questions.

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Yes Java you're right! +5P

Carlo

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Hi,

What is a supercluster? Can a cluster really be scaled up to 100,000 end points?

Regards,

Rajnath.

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Hi Singh,

I think u are referring to MegaCluster.

A megacluster can also be deployed where customers simply require non-locally redundant call

processing functionality, rather than using Survivable Remote Site Telephony (SRST), to scale beyond

the maximum eight sites allowed in a standard cluster deployment and up to 16 Unified CM subscriber

nodes per megacluster. For example, consider a large hospital that has twelve locations and each location

has only 1,000 devices. This total of 12,000 devices could be accommodated within a standard cluster,

which has a maximum device capacity of 40,000 devices. However, in this case it is the need for

additional Unified CM subscribers, rather than additional device capacity, that requires a megacluster

deployment. In this example, a Unified CM subscriber node could be deployed in each location, and each

Unified CM subscriber could serve as the primary subscriber for the local endpoints and as a backup

subscriber for endpoints from another location.

you can refer SRND.

regds,

aman

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