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CUCM Lab - Trial license longer than 60 days?

I want to build a CUCM lab at home and  I'm wondering if there is a home license that lasts longer then 60 days.

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Cisco Employee

Hi Benoit,

Hi Benoit,

Unfortunately there is no such option

https://lists.gt.net/cisco/voip/163961

Manish

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Cisco Employee

Hi Benoit,

Hi Benoit,

As Manish said it is not possible to extend that period, what you can do is once you install CUCM take a VM snapshot of the machine and at the time you hit 60 days mark revert to snapshot to keep it working.

(Rate if it helps)

JB

Beginner

If you goto cisco.com/go

If you goto cisco.com/go/licenses, you can sign up for a demo license for 6 months...  I did recently for cucm 9x for my lab  --- It was good for a period from 01/16/2017-07/15/2017.

Rising star

Are you a Partner? You could

Are you a Partner? You could just buy the NFR Kit. It is what I do.

Beginner

I agree with Gregory, and now

I agree with Gregory, and now that I think about it, we have a couple of ways...

1) Buy an NFR kit. 

2) 60 day default license (comes by default on 9.x).   Load your vm and take a snap shot.  After 60 days, restore the snap shot.

3) Load your vm with the 6 month trial, (cisco.com/go/license) and click on demo/eval licenses, and take a snapshot.  After 6 months, you can restore or get a new trial license...

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