I have installed 2 licenses (Advanced and Enhanced) on my CUCM 9 but only one is used for my instance. I need delete one license (Advanced) for my CUCM uses the enhanced license.
How is that possible?
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I seeing that the License Advanced is used for my instance and the enhanced is not.
I need that my CUCM use the Enhanced License, my customer bought that license.
Additionaly I seeing this error on my CUCM.
The system is operating with an insufficient number of licenses. If additional licenses to cover the shortage are not configured in your Enterprise License Manager within 13 days, you will no longer be able to provision users and devices.
If you go into CallManager, go to System->Licensing->License Usage Report. You can click on the devices/users using the Advanced license to see what model phones they're using. What version of CUCM/ELM is this? We got rid of Advanced licenses a few versions ago. It used to be required for IP Communicator devices.
It seems that u do not have Advanced license .
The endpoints as shown in snapshot License2 have borrowed license from CUWL Premium which I suppose are 5 [purchased ] in number while other devices under Advanced are showing "Insufficient licenses" since they do not have any more licenses to be borrowed from or have of their own.
It´s CUCM 9.0.
All my IPCOMMs are on Advanced License.
Then, is your recommendation that we do an upgrade for fix this issue?
You will see this note in the CUCM 9.1.1 release notes
Advanced UCL and UWL Premium license types are no longer applicable. The following device types, previously under Advanced UCL and UWL Premium, now require the Enhanced License type:
Enhanced Plus UCL has been added, which includes the same device types and features as the Enhanced License type, and allows for up to two devices per user.
Cisco Unified Workspace License (UWL) Standard allows for up to ten devices per user.
Customers who upgrade to Unified Communications Manager Release 9.1(1a) from Release 9.0(1) must update their license file. Customers were issued Unified Communications Manager UWL Premium licenses for Enhanced, Enhanced Plus and UWL Standard in order to provide Jabber for Mobile and Jabber for Desktop clients in the Release 9.0(1) release. These licenses were installed and recognized on Enterprise License Manager Release 9.0(1) as UWL Premium.
In addition, license migration requests for upgrades to Release 9.0(1) included fulfillments of Advanced UCL licenses. However, when a Release 9.0(1) system is upgraded to Release 9.1(1a) the licenses for Advanced and UWL Premium will no longer be valid. Customers that have UWL Premium or Advanced UCL licenses on their 9.0(1) system must upgrade Enterprise License Manager to Release 9.1(1a) and submit their Release 9.0(1) license file to Cisco for conversion to Release 9.1(1a) licenses. The conversion to Release 9.1(1a) licenses will restore the original entitlements for Enhanced, Enhanced Plus and UWL Standard licenses. If your license file includes UWL Premium or Advanced UCL, contact Cisco at firstname.lastname@example.org for license file replacement.
Once a customer upgrades Unified Communications Manager to Release 9.1(1a) from Release 9.0(1), they must upgrade Enterprise License Manager to Release 9.1(1a) as well. Enterprise License Manager Release 9.0(1) will not recognize Unified Communications Manager Release 9.1(1a) license requirements.
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