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Eddie Bedon
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TPS MSE 8710 and MSE 8510 Blade clustering

These may simple questions but I can't seem to find clear cut answers to them. Can you cluster Telepresence MCU MSE 8510 blades with TPS MSE 8710 blades? And if so, what software version do I need to have each blade running? I'm looking to upgrade our from MCU to TPS and just want to make sure I have all the info I need. Thanks.

 

 

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Hello Eddie -

You can only cluster blades of the same.  Example, MCU 8510 with other 8510s up to 3 blades, and TPS 8710 with other 8710s up to 4 blades.  The exception to this is if you migrate your MCU 8510 to TPS blades by installing the MCU to TPS software on the 8510, see Running_TS_Software_on_MCU_MSE8510 on how to do that, then those MCU 8510 blades now become and should then be treated as TPS 8710 blades.

All the blades you want to put into a cluster must be running the same version of software.

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Hello Eddie -

You can only cluster blades of the same.  Example, MCU 8510 with other 8510s up to 3 blades, and TPS 8710 with other 8710s up to 4 blades.  The exception to this is if you migrate your MCU 8510 to TPS blades by installing the MCU to TPS software on the 8510, see Running_TS_Software_on_MCU_MSE8510 on how to do that, then those MCU 8510 blades now become and should then be treated as TPS 8710 blades.

All the blades you want to put into a cluster must be running the same version of software.

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Hi Patrick,

 

Thanks for the info. This is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks for the quick response.

 

No problem.

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