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    Default CCNP voice virtual home lab

    Hi guys,

    I'm building a home Vmware/GNS3 lab. I'm considering the CCNP voice track.

    I read that CIPT2 includes multi-site distributed call processing. I managed to install a publisher and a subscriber as a cluster on vmware. I'm watching Blindhog's videos about building a GNS3 voice lab (with PSTN emulating router)

    Do you think I need additional clusters per each site? or is it enough to have CUCM server on HQ and one CUCME per branch?
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    no CCNP Voice engineers around here?
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    You can survive with 1 more PUB at another site, no need to build a full on cluster for a remote site. The CCNP V 8 test SAF, and some intercluster trunk features, but you can get away with using a remote CME for most of it.
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