do you mean that the expressway free traversal license is considered as RMS and we need to order only one another RMS to be able to do a B2B call ?
also do you know if Cisco start to offer one year trial for the RMS license ?
>also do you know if Cisco start to offer one year trial for the RMS license ?
knowing Cisco policies and habits I suppose that it isn't possible in the near future.
I've seen maximum time for trial options for 90 days and I think if you are going to do some testing it's pretty enough time for that.
I´m confused about when to use Cisco TelePresence Video Communication Server (VCS-C) or Cisco Expressway solution because both are suppose to be used to enable video calling with third parties.
would you clarify please?
thanks you so much in advance!
I have 100 RMS Session license. Below is my Scenario.
One Expressway Core , One Expressway Edge ,Cisco Unified Communications Manager , IMP Server.
1. All the Jabber End Points are Registered with CUCM. Internal Jabber Client , IP Phones will Communicate with External Jabber Client , other TP End Points outside . All the external and internal End Points Registered to CUCM.
2. B2B Calls required , H323-SIP Interworking required.
So as a best practice , I have to provide 50 RMS lic to Expressway core and 50 RMS License to Expressway Edge.??? Please give your comments ?
Business to business calls, business to consumer (jabber gues) Previously required two RMS licenses, now require one on Expressway-E.
Since Expressway version X8.8 we only need to upload 1 RMS license to the Expressway-E.
The answer is under the "Registrations On Expressway" section. Search for "Business to business calls:"
"Business to business calls: previously required two RMS licenses, now require one on Expressway-E"
Hope this can help someone in the future!