I have the following amount of licenses for expressway C and E but I don't know exactly how many I have to add for each one
2 LIC-EXP-ROOM FOR EXP-E
2 LIC-EXP-E FOR EXP-E
2 LIC-EXP-TURN FOR EXP-E
4 LIC-EXP-SERIES FOR EXP-E AND C
2 LIC-EXP-AN FOR EXP-E
4 LIC-EXP-GW FOR EXP-E AND C
110 LIC-EXP-DSK FOR EXP-E
My questions are how many liceses do i have to add to each expressway? for example the 4 LIC-EXP-SERIES do i have to add 2 for Expressway C and 2 for Expressway E and the same for 4 LIC-EXP-GW 2 for Expressway C and 2 for Expressway E?
The rest of licenses for Expressway E where there are 2 of each one should I have to add 2 of the each licenses or just 1? and I suposse I have to add the 110 LiIC-EXP-DSK for Expressway E?
It might help if you start by telling what you intend to use the Expressway system for? To mention a few use cases there is MRA, B2B, device registration (VCS), Webex hybrid services. Which one are you intending to use?
refer the link for clarity.
@mdrangell22here is the breakdown of the usage.
The expressway series just turn the server from VCS (default) to actual Expressway series. VCS is no longer used so you need 1 license per expressway server you installed.
Are you allowing endpoints to register to your expressways? Can you provide more details on how you want your expressways to operate?
Where to Apply
Release key for Expressway – This is the main release key for the VM
Enable Expressway Series Feature Set – Turns a VCS Series into an Expressway Series
Microsoft Interoperability Option – For LYNC integration
Enable GW Feature (H323-SIP) – For H323-SIP interworking
Expressway Rich Media Session – For specific calls like B2B and LYNC integration
Exp-E for B2B and Jabber Guest
Exp-C for interoperability gateway
Enable TURN Relay Option – For enabling TURN feature which is used for Jabber Guest
Enable Advanced Networking Option – Enable Dual-NIC and Static NAT address
Enable Expressway-E Feature Set – Turns an Expressway-Core into an Expressway-Edge
Enable the registration of Room/Desk endpoints to the Expressway-C. Remote devices are proxied to Expressway-C by Expressway-E.