No if this is Phone VPN you need premium any connect based on the number of sessions/phones plus a one time ASA Platform license based on the ASA model
L-ASA-AC-PH-55XX where XX is the model number.
I think the license model is backwards. Example:
I have two 7965G phones I want to use AnyConnect for Cisco Cisco VPN Phone for connection back to cucm 8.6(4). I have an ASA5510.
From what I have read elsewhere I would need:
Qty: 2 ..... L-ASA-AC-PH-5510= (per phone)
Qty: 1 ..... L-ASA-VPNP-5510= (per Appliance)
Am I reading something wrong?
No it's the other way the premium SSL VPN licenses is based on the number of sessions and the ASA PH license is a one time platform license even the description will state that
Thanks for your quick response. I stand corrected:
My quantities should look like:
Qty: 1 ..... L-ASA-AC-PH-5510= (per Appliance)
Qty: 2 ..... L-ASA-VPNP-5510= (per phone)
we have a similar question.
One ASA and one 8865 phone.
Is it still the same license model?
It has a changed a bit now to the point where I haven't kept on it :-). I have started to move towards expressway now (even though it has caveats) since its a more UC centric solution with one edge box. I believe plus licensing now includes all of this but I am not a security specialist
Gentlemen, Can someone kindly explain what this feature exactly is? What is a Cisco VPN phone and what's the key purpose of the Cisco ASA5520 acting as a SSL VPN Server?
Is it simply a better experience and quality for voice calls over SSL VPN OR there's more to it; appreciate the response
You might want to look at this thread. In here you will see a link for a couple of slides that will show the differences between Phone proxy, VPN client or using an appliance such as 800 series etc for VPN. In a nut shell it allows the phone using the inbuilt VPN client to use SSL to register with ASA or IOS device and function remotely. It requires CUCM8, 9.0(2) firmware and it is supported only on the 79x2,x5 series today
Sorry buddy, lost you here a bit; dont see any link with slides on this one thread. What am i missing?
Hey Srini, does it requires ahigher level of access? Its not authorizing me. Or does this needs Partner level access?
Yes it requires partner access. You can see here