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Cisco Meeting Server 3.3 - Recording & Streaming license

subhanzaheer901
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Hi

We have two node CMS 3.3 node, one for streaming and one for recording and we are using traditional license ( in CMM)

 

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Can we co-host license like call bridge.

 

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Ammar Saood
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Recorder license is needed and must be applied on the CallBridge component, and not on the server hosting Recorder VM.
Check the CMS planning guide.

https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/conferencing/ciscoMeetingServer/Installation/Cisco-Meeting-Server-Deployment-Planning-and-Preparation-with-Expressway-Guide.pdf

For CMS 2.9 or earlier,
When you claim the PAK/get your license issued, the license file should have all the features that you paid for. If you have a new cms.lic file you can upload it to the call bridge. The previous one will be overwritten.
To enable recording on CMS, you require CMS-RECORDING licenses, you need a recording license for every concurrent conference you plan to record. Recorder should not be deployed on the same CMS as the Call Bridge, so it will require a separate CMS to be deployed. 

 

For CMS 3.0 or later,
you need Cisco meeting management (CMM) to connect with your smart account to retrieve your license entitlement,
CMM will also check all added callBridges for SMP and PMP licenses and the callBridge license file (cms.lic). It will use the number that is the highest across the various devices within the cluster.
For example, if CMS1 has 20 PMP and 10 SMP licenses, and CMS2 has 40 PMP and 5 SMP licenses in traditional licensing, the CMM reports that you have 40 PMP and 10 SMP licenses to use.

 

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Ammar Saood
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Spotlight

Recorder license is needed and must be applied on the CallBridge component, and not on the server hosting Recorder VM.
Check the CMS planning guide.

https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/conferencing/ciscoMeetingServer/Installation/Cisco-Meeting-Server-Deployment-Planning-and-Preparation-with-Expressway-Guide.pdf

For CMS 2.9 or earlier,
When you claim the PAK/get your license issued, the license file should have all the features that you paid for. If you have a new cms.lic file you can upload it to the call bridge. The previous one will be overwritten.
To enable recording on CMS, you require CMS-RECORDING licenses, you need a recording license for every concurrent conference you plan to record. Recorder should not be deployed on the same CMS as the Call Bridge, so it will require a separate CMS to be deployed. 

 

For CMS 3.0 or later,
you need Cisco meeting management (CMM) to connect with your smart account to retrieve your license entitlement,
CMM will also check all added callBridges for SMP and PMP licenses and the callBridge license file (cms.lic). It will use the number that is the highest across the various devices within the cluster.
For example, if CMS1 has 20 PMP and 10 SMP licenses, and CMS2 has 40 PMP and 5 SMP licenses in traditional licensing, the CMM reports that you have 40 PMP and 10 SMP licenses to use.

 

Please rate & click "accept as solution" if this answered your Question.