I have opened a ticket with Cisco but I want some input from the community. I have deployed ISR4331 routers. When I do SMART Licensing, it applies 110 SRST License which is the max that the router can do. I have several sites that have a lot fewer licenses, such as 40 or 50 licenses, so I don't need to apply all of these licenses. If I do then I run out of SRST licenses. For example, I have 24 ISR4331 routers, so if I use 110 at each site then I would need 2640 licenses and I only have about 1550 SRST licenses to cover the actual phones I have.
I was told by Cisco that SRST licenses are counted as the sum of the max-pool (under voice register global) and max-ephones (under telephony-service). Also I have some schools that use SCCP and some that use SIP. So if I have school that has 50 phones, I want to use 50 SRST license (not 100 or 110). What is the solution to get the correct number of licenses for a school? Does the solution change on whether it is a SIP or SCCP site?
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