New CUBE licenses how are they different from older "Classic" CUBE licenses
Cisco has some new licensing under the CUBE section anyone knows the difference between the "CUBE - 1 Standard Trunk Session License vs CUBE - 1 Standard Line Session License vs Classic CUBE example FL-CUBEE-5" I have heard there is a new ordering guide that talks about these licenses but can't find it, anyone have a link to that?
CUBE licensing is, in all cases, a per-session license, where a “session” is defined as a two-way call transiting CUBE, either for signaling, media or both, regardless of the number of media sessions involved in that call
Three license options for CUBE
● CUBE Legacy licensing
● CUBE Cisco ONE Licensing
● NanoCUBE licensing
There are two versions are Standard and Redundant
Table 1. CUBE licensing options License type
Line sessions (proxy registrar)
Trunk sessions with media failover HA
All CUBE features supported except redundancy for high availability. However, session license is tied to a specific serial number platform.
Allows dual redundancy to support active/standby pairs in the same data center, to support active/active across data centers, or both simultaneously.
All CUBE features supported except redundancy for high availability. License transferability allowed within terms of Cisco ONE platform transfer rules.
Allows active/standby pairs in the same data center. Active/active is automatically included under terms of Cisco ONE transferability (see the Cisco ONE ordering guide, as referenced above).
Most CUBE features, but with exceptions, including transcoding, media forking, SRTP-RTP, active/standby HA. However, it adds PSTN FXO survivability
Line-side proxy registration (10 endpoints per registration event) with PSTN and local survivability
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