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Updated:July 16, 2019
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This document describes each license type for Expressway/Video Communication Server (VCS) and where to apply them.
Cisco recommends that you have knowledge of these topics:
VCS and Expressway X8.10
Video Communication Server Control (VCS-C) and Expressway-C (Exp-C)
Video Communication Server Expressway (VCS-E) and Expressway-E (Exp-E)
The information in this document was created from the devices in a specific lab environment. All of the devices used in this document started with a cleared (default) configuration. If your network is live, ensure that you understand the potential impact of any command.
Enable Expressway-E Feature Set – Turns an Expressway-Core into an Expressway-Edge
Enable the registration of Room/Desk endpoints to the Expressway-C. Remote devices are proxied to Expressway-C by Expressway-E.
VCS License Types
This table shows the types and where to apply licenses to the VCS Series devices.
Where to Apply
Release key for VCS – This is the main release key for the VM
Microsoft Interoperability Option – For LYNC integration
Enable GW Feature (H323-SIP) – For H323-SIP interworking
Enable FindMe and Device Provisioning features with TMS
VCS Traversal call license – For calls where the VCS not only handle signaling but must also handles/traverses media. Cluster pool licenses, but VCS-C/E do not share. Can be used for Non-Traversal call if no licenses exist.
VCS Non-Traversal call license – For calls where the VCS only handles signaling as well as Microsoft interop. Cluster pool licenses, but VCS-C/E do not share.
Enable TURN Relay Option – For enabling TURN feature which is used for Jabber Guest