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Dears,

i have a below UCS M3 server BOQ in which it has E5-2643 CPU  running 11.5 version of CUCM,, hence the supported hardware link only shows M5 hardware, this server was purchased for 9.1 and it has been upgraded to 11.5 since from past 1 year i don't have any issues, 

 

https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/uc_system/virtualization/virtualization-cisco-unified-communications-manager.html#v11.5

 

Can anybody clarify me how come things are working on older CPU for version 11.5.  

 

 

UCUCS-EZ-C220M3SUCS C220 M3 SFF dual-4-core/3.3 GHz, 64 GB RAM, 8x300 GB 15K
CAB-9K10A-UKPower Cord, 250VAC 10A BS1363 Plug (13 A fuse), UK
UCS-CPU-E5-26433.30 GHz E5-2643/130W 4C/10MB Cache/DDR3 1600MHz
UCS-HDD300GI2F105300GB 6Gb SAS 15K RPM SFF HDD/hot plug/drive sled mounted
UCS-MR-1X082RY-A8GB DDR3-1600-MHz RDIMM/PC3-12800/dual rank/1.35v
UCS-RAID-9266CVMegaRAID 9266CV-8i w/TFM + Super Cap
UCSC-HS-C220M3Heat Sink for UCS C220 M3 Rack Server
UCSC-PCIE-IRJ45Intel i350 Quad Port 1Gb Adapter
UCSC-PSU-650W650W power supply for C-series rack servers
UCSC-RAIL1Rail Kit for C220, C22, C24 rack servers
UCSC-SD-16G-C22016GB SD Card Module for C220 servers
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The virtualization wiki ONLY shows compatibility for currently shipping HW (and when new models are out, the M5s that are currently showing, will be replaced), for older HW, download the spreadsheet that is available. 

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java

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thanks for the information 

 

can u share the link to download the spreadsheet for the older hardware or for the 3rd party hardware.

 

Adam

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It's in the link you posted, right where it says ALERT!

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java

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Dear Jaime,

 

Thanks for the reply.

i have a CPU Intel Xeon ( R) CPU E5-2650 so i am falling in the below cpu's category, But it is mentioned as 3rd party based on intel Xeon : Restricted UC perf. CPU, actually i want to understand what  restricted word reflect to  ?????  restricted to conferences, features, or no's of users ,

 

Can you can elaborate more on the restricted UC performance.

 

thanks

 

Sandy BridgeIvy BridgeHaswellBroadwellSkylake
Intel Xeon
E5-2400/2600/4600v1 @ 2.0+GHz
Intel Xeon
E5-2400/2600/4600v2 @ 2.0+GHz
E7-2800/4800/8800v1 @ 2.0+GHz
Intel Xeon
E5-2600v3 @ 2.0+GHz
E7-4800/8800v3 @ 2.0+GHz
Intel Xeon
E5-2600v4 @ 2.0+GHz
E7-4800/8800v4 @ 2.0+GHz
Intel Xeon
4100/5100/6100/8100 @ 2.0+GHz
YesYesYesYesYes
YesYesYesYesYes
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That's also covered in the virtualization wiki, in the virtualization hardware area, if you work with Cisco UC, you should be familiar with that site and its contents, as we've been virtual only for a good number of years.

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java

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isn't the docwiki offline now?

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yeah, old habit as it was the virtualization wiki for a good number of years

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java

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Dear jaime,

Thanks for the reply, 

 

Really not able to find the answer according to your hints can u paste the paragraph that you want me to refer,

 

thanks 

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Dear Jaime,

 

i have reached to this link for clarification on restricted performance for UC , please confirm that i m on correct path.

 

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/voice-unified-communications/unified-communications-system/115955-uc-specs-tshoot-00.html#anc8

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Nope, the answer is in the same virtualization site you posted, see the HW section

https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/uc_system/virtualization/cisco-collaboration-virtualization.html

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java

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Dear Jaime

 

can u highlight the specific paragraph or a line u r referring  as u replied in hardware section but it is not clicking in mind.

 

thanks