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Jump procedure on customer VM's

Hello,
Is the jump procedure for upgrading to CUCM 9.x supported on customer VM's (specs based)?

Or only Cisco UCS servers?

Thanks

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Cisco Employee

Re: Jump procedure on customer VM's

It's allowed, as it doesn't have anything to do with the physical hardware vendor, it is more between the app+guest OS and ESXi.

Just note that Cisco only tested/validated the procedure on UCS.

If this is done on 3rd-party server hardware and there are issues, Cisco TAC's scope of troubleshooting/fix is limited to UCM software (as you would expect with customer-provided VMware and 3rd-party specs-based server hardware as clarified at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/customer/products/ps6884/products_tech_note09186a0080bf23f5.shtml ).

If troubleshooting of ESXi or server hardware required to figure out what's wrong with a VM-jump, Cisco TAC would not be doing that and customer would need to engage their internal teams for triage or root cause determination.

-james

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Re: Jump procedure on customer VM's

Thanks!

Would also like to confirm that the jump procedure is supported going from a MCS server to BE6K server?

Can't see why it wouldn't be supported but will ask anyway.

Thanks

Cisco Employee

Re: Jump procedure on customer VM's

A few gotchas if doing BE6000 …

1. VM-jump only works for UCM 6.1/7.1 to 9.1(2), no other apps. So if doing BE6000, you’ll need to follow other procedures for the other apps (e.g. COBRAS for CUC).

2. Check the license/services/UCSS entitlements migration procedures for non-BE6000 to BE6000. Based on what your MCS is using CUWL vs. DLU.

-james

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