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Cisco Sx20 Multisite question

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I have three sites and each of them has standalone sx20 devices. No one has multisite license so only 1-1 conferences can happen. What If I buy a multisite license for one of these devices so a mesh conference can be done? I mean three location can make a videoconference at the same time and each of them can see each other?

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Re: Cisco Sx20 Multisite question

You can add the MS license to one of them and have a three way conference, no problem. And yes, each one would be able to see both of the others. To be clear though - this would not be a "mesh" connection, if codec A has the MS option, codecs B and C will not be directly connected to each other, they will be both connected to codec A. 

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Re: Cisco Sx20 Multisite question

Unless you have some other sort of conference bridge connected to your CUCM, then, yes, you will still need the Multisite licence.

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Re: Cisco Sx20 Multisite question

You can add the MS license to one of them and have a three way conference, no problem. And yes, each one would be able to see both of the others. To be clear though - this would not be a "mesh" connection, if codec A has the MS option, codecs B and C will not be directly connected to each other, they will be both connected to codec A. 

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Re: Cisco Sx20 Multisite question

What if these devices are registered to the call manager, do we still need multisite license?
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Re: Cisco Sx20 Multisite question

Unless you have some other sort of conference bridge connected to your CUCM, then, yes, you will still need the Multisite licence.

Wayne
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