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    Is CME 3.2 suitable or do i need a newer one? Is it right that i could use only CME 3.2 on a 2610 XM ? I`m confused if i go through the Feature Navigator.

    CME 7 is only availabe on other routers right ?
    I used 3.2 for awhile, I forget what but there was something small that was annoying, but not impossible to work around. I ended up getting 4.1, I would recommend that if you can.

    This might help: Cisco Unified CME and Cisco IOS Software Version Compatibility Matrix [Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express] - Cisco Systems
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    which router support 4.1 ? I cannot find a router which included CME 4.1
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    which router support 4.1 ? I cannot find a router which included CME 4.1
    1760V my friend, the best $100 I have ever spent: eBay.com.sg: Cisco 1760-V CallManager Express CME 4.1 CCVP SDM 2.5 (item 350385805269 end time Aug 19, 2010 04:23:11 SGT)
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    strange. if i look in the feature navigator this image i found only this:

    CallManager Express (CME) 3.0
    CallManager Express (CME) 3.1
    CallManager Express (CME) 3.2
    CallManager Express (CME) 4.0(1)
    CallManager Express 4.0(2)
    CallManager Express 4.0(3)

    and not 4.1
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    Quote Originally Posted by woisch View Post
    strange. if i look in the feature navigator this image i found only this:

    CallManager Express (CME) 3.0
    CallManager Express (CME) 3.1
    CallManager Express (CME) 3.2
    CallManager Express (CME) 4.0(1)
    CallManager Express 4.0(2)
    CallManager Express 4.0(3)

    and not 4.1
    I remember getting confused too:

    ref: Cisco Unified CME and Cisco IOS Software Version Compatibility Matrix [Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express] - Cisco Systems
    12.4(15)T7 8
    4.1 - Recommended Version
    4.1.0.2
    Cisco Unified CME 4.1 Specifications
    ref: Cisco IOS Software Release 12.4(15)T: Last Cisco IOS T Release for Select Cisco Hardware Platforms [Cisco IOS Software Releases 12.4 T] - Cisco Systems
    Cisco IOS Software Release 12.4(15)T will be the last Cisco IOS T release for several Cisco hardware platforms. The following platforms will be supported by Release 12.4(15)T via regularly scheduled software maintenance rebuilds and bug fix support until end of software maintenance date for the respective platform is reached, but no later than November of 2010.
    ...
    Cisco 1701, 1711, 1712, 1721, 1751, 1751-V, and 1760 Series
    ...
    And on his ebay listing: eBay.com.sg: Cisco 1760-V CallManager Express CME 4.1 CCVP SDM 2.5 (item 350385805269 end time Aug 19, 2010 04:23:11 SGT)
    CME#sh ver
    Cisco IOS Software, C1700 Software (C1700-IPVOICEK9-M), Version 12.4(15)T7, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc3)
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    CME# sh telephony-service

    CONFIG (Version=4.1(0))

    =====================

    Version 4.1(0)
    That's all she wrote =)
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    Quote Originally Posted by woisch View Post
    Is CME 3.2 suitable or do i need a newer one? Is it right that i could use only CME 3.2 on a 2610 XM ? I`m confused if i go through the Feature Navigator.

    CME 7 is only availabe on other routers right ?
    I'm pretty sure you can get 4.0 (at least) on your 2610XM. I had 4.1 I believe on mine... only time I used the 3.x was on a 3745 at work with an old IOS image. My home lab I had at least 4.0. I'll have to check it out and post back!!!! HTH.

    -Peanut

    EDIT: Didn't realize there was a third page to the thread!
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    What version of CME you have is totally dependent on your IOS version.

    If you already have a router and want to check what CME version you have, use the show telephony-service all command

    Router#sh telephony-service all
    CONFIG (Version=4.1(0))
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    Version 4.1(0)
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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutnoggin View Post
    I'm pretty sure you can get 4.0 (at least) on your 2610XM. I had 4.1 I believe on mine... only time I used the 3.x was on a 3745 at work with an old IOS image. My home lab I had at least 4.0. I'll have to check it out and post back!!!! HTH.

    -Peanut

    EDIT: Didn't realize there was a third page to the thread!
    Have you had a look for your IOS on the 2610XM? How much DRAM do you have in your Router?
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    Quote Originally Posted by woisch View Post
    Have you had a look for your IOS on the 2610XM? How much DRAM do you have in your Router?
    Just looked... a few differences. I have a 2611XM (2FE ports). I'm running an Advance Enterprise 12.4(15) IOS. The CME version running on that router is 4.1. Let me know if you need any additional information. HTH.

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    ok thanks. I will try to get the image. In a 261x XM Router, is there normal SDRAM? So maybe i buy 256 SDRAM and try this in the router? What do you think?

    Update: Ok, i have seen its 100-pin DIMM Module ( http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/rout...s/2600mem.html ) so not normal 168-pin in 261x XM.


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    could i contact you by email? I have another question.
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    Hmm i have no this IOS on my router c2600-adventerprisek9-mz.124-18.bin

    But if i perform "sh telephony-service all" i see CME 3.3:

    R1#sh telephony-service all
    CONFIG (Version=3.3)
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    Version 3.3
    Cisco CallManager Express
    For on-line documentation please see:
    Cisco CallManager Express and Cisco IOS Telephony


    @Peanut
    you have an older IOS and CME 4.1 how could i install CME 4.1 ?
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    you have an older IOS and CME 4.1 how could i install CME 4.1 ?
    This question was not directed at me but I will try to answer.

    You can't. The version of CME is built into the IOS package. It is not a matter of never having more or older having less. It is a matter of "This particular IOS has this installed with it."

    Please reference my list! I have posted it three times now: Cisco Unified CME and Cisco IOS Software Version Compatibility Matrix [Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express] - Cisco Systems

    If you want 4.1 you are going to need 12.4(15).
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    Ok, and only the "T" IOS ?? In the matrix i can only see 12.4(15)T7 ...
    i spoke all the time from 12.4(15) without T and i thought peanut too, sorry fpr the misunderstanding.

    For this i have not enough DRAM...
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    Ok, and only the "T" IOS ?? In the matrix i can only see 12.4(15)T7 ...
    i spoke all the time from 12.4(15) without T and i thought peanut too, sorry fpr the misunderstanding.

    For this i have not enough DRAM...
    Yes, you need the T version. T versions add features, the non-T only addresses bugs

    You most likely need to upgrade your RAM and/or flash
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    You can't. The version of CME is built into the IOS package. It is not a matter of never having more or older having less. It is a matter of "This particular IOS has this installed with it."
    Just to get this through my skull. If i download and install 12.15T adv. enterprise to a 2611xm CME is part of the ios so now the router has cme installed on it.

    Thanks for the help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnwest43 View Post
    Just to get this through my skull. If i download and install 12.15T adv. enterprise to a 2611xm CME is part of the ios so now the router has cme installed on it.

    Thanks for the help.
    You are correct.
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    By adding a voice capable IOS, in your case adventerprise, the router will have the IOS feature set for CME. This will allow you to configure and run everything, apart from IP phones.

    But it will still lack the necessary "support" files needed for the GUI, IP phone firmware, and to a lesser extent ringtones and music-on-hold. These come in a TAR file and match the IOS version. So the IOS c3725-adventerprisek9-mz.124-15.T11.bin would need the CME file cme-125-15T.tar
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    Gotcha.. That makes more sense to me now. Thanks for all the help guys!!

    Ive got a nm-2v a vic-2fxs and a 2fxo coming as well as 2 7960g phones and the ccna voice book coming tomorrow. I am ready to start, the expiration clock is ticking.
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    Quick question. Would a 1721 still need a pvdm to support 1 or 2 cisco VoIP phones? Just want to connect it to my 2611xm over a t1.
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    Quick question. Would a 1721 still need a pvdm to support 1 or 2 cisco VoIP phones? Just want to connect it to my 2611xm over a t1.
    I was able to get my 1760V to support three cisco phones without having a pvdm. The 1721 is a device that I have never used for anything more than a simple T1 connection and basic routing. It looks like you could pop CME 3.1 or something like that into it. You could probably make the phones ring in a lab environment without issue.
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    Thanks i will give it a try.
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    How can I get Call Manager Express and the Cisco CME Quick Configuration Tool. I am having trouble finding either.

    I know I may not be able to download them but I know someone who can as long as someone points me in the right direction.

    I plan on using it on a 1760
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    Very good write up! I'm currently studying for my CCNA. Is there any way to setup calls without having an actual phone line? I have family over in the UK and would love to setup my own voice lab and send it over to them.
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    Thanks, I enjoyed writing it, but it really needs to be renamed now as it was written for IIUC and not ICOMM but they are both known as CCNA-Voice.

    For calls without an actual phone line there are 2 posibilities, setup a router with CUCME as your "HQ" and another to simulate the PSTN using E1/T1 VWICs, or setup a router with CUCME and have it connect via SIP over your DSL/Cable service which is probably what you are thinking of (or use a 3rd party ATA instead). Most ISPs provide SIP, mine supplies 1 DID number free and has flat rate call costs nationally/v.cheap international, or you can go with a 3rd party SIp supplier. Going with your ISP removes 1 extra hurdle if you run into problems down the track.
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    Default CUE and licensing

    I recently set up 7.1 CUCME on a 2801 running 12.4(24)T5 at my home to help study for my 640-461. I am getting ready to add a 2811 and was also thinking about adding a AIM-CUE, as well. All of the equipment is bought from eBay or similar and will not have any SMARTnet, licensing paperwork, etc and I really do not know much about how the software is licensed and features are upgraded or how it might effect me. I would want to use all equipment to supply my personal home use but would never be a production or business environment.


    My questions are as followed:

    Is there any reason I should or shouldn't installing a 15.X IOS? If so, is there anything I need to be aware of when moving to 15.X? Since this will be on a ISR1 and not an ISR2, I don't believe I should have any licensing issues with the IOS, but I am not sure about the CME or CUE. What limitations will I have in regards to features and licensing in regards to various versions of CUCME?

    What do I need to be looking for or concerned about when purchasing a used AIM-CUE, other than Compact flash size? What concerns or limitations will I have with features & Licensing with CUE? Will the AIM-CUE even be usable to me without any licensing paperwork to go along with it? Also, can anyone tell me the major differences with the AIM-CUE and the AIM2-CUE-K9?

    Lastly, What is the highest version of software I should be running CME and CUE on a 2811? When looking at the info at this link (Cisco Unity Express Compatibility Matrix* [Cisco Unity Express] - Cisco Systems), It states "7.2 and 7.3 are special releases for AIM-CUE which supports CUCM 8.0 and 8.5 respectively" and it appears that I am not able to run 8.X or newer on a AIM-CUE but I could run CUCME up 8.X on a CUE running 7.X. Furthermore, It appears licensing is changed significantly between CUE 7.0 and 7.1. How would this impact me before and after this change? Would I be able to use CUE 7.1 or newer?


    Thank you for any help you can provide.
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