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Questions about upgrading from CCM 6.1.4 to 8.0(3)

I have a few questions I want to confirm:

We have CCM 6.1(4) in our cluster that we will soon be upgraded to CCM 8.0(3a).

  1. First I want to install CCM 8.0(3a) into the inactive partition on all CCM servers without switching the version (or rebooting the server).  I will do the version switch on a seperate day.  Is that possible?


   2. I have the CCM 8.X software feature licence.  Do I need to install this license before I install CCM 8.0(3a) into the inactive partition or can I do that         before I do a "Switch Version"?

   3.  I'm assuming no additional licensing is needed for our device units right?

Thank you!

-rya

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Questions about upgrading from CCM 6.1.4 to 8.0(3)

Hey Rya,

Yes, you can upgrade into the inactive partition and do the switch-version at a later

time. You will need to track any changes that are made to the db between the upgrade time

and the switch-version to redo them after the final step

The 8.x Software feature license will be added after the switch-version is completed.

All node and DLU licenses will be migrated during the upgrade.

The upgrade from 6.1(4) to 8.0(3) is a direct upgrade path as shown;

Check out Table 8:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/compat/ccmcompmatr1.pdf

Cheers!

Rob

"Show a little faith, there's magic in the night" - Springsteen

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Questions about upgrading from CCM 6.1.4 to 8.0(3)

Hey Rya,

Yes, you can upgrade into the inactive partition and do the switch-version at a later

time. You will need to track any changes that are made to the db between the upgrade time

and the switch-version to redo them after the final step

The 8.x Software feature license will be added after the switch-version is completed.

All node and DLU licenses will be migrated during the upgrade.

The upgrade from 6.1(4) to 8.0(3) is a direct upgrade path as shown;

Check out Table 8:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/compat/ccmcompmatr1.pdf

Cheers!

Rob

"Show a little faith, there's magic in the night" - Springsteen

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Questions about upgrading from CCM 6.1.4 to 8.0(3)

Thanks for the confirmation Rob!

-rya

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