Unified Communications Manager Licensing
All licensing for Unified Communications Manager is centralized and held on the Cisco Prime License Manager. Unified Communications Manager communicates with the Cisco Prime License Manager to express its licensing requirements. When users, phones, or other services are provisioned in the Unified Communications Manager, license requirements are added and the Unified Communications Manager sends the corresponding license requirements to the Cisco Prime License Manager. The Cisco Prime License Manager then compares the Unified Communications Manager license requirements with the available licenses installed and reports back license compliance or non-compliance. Unified Communications Manager licensing types are available as Cisco Unified Workspace Licensing (UWL) or Cisco User Connect Licensing (UCL).
UWL allows organizations to access a wide range of Cisco Collaboration applications and services in a cost-effective, simple package. It includes soft clients, application server software and licensing on a per user basis. Depending on your needs and device of choice, Cisco Unified Workspace Licensing is available in Professional Edition and Standard Edition.
UCL is a user-based license for individual Cisco Unified Communications products. It includes a soft client, application server software licensing, and basic unified communications applications. Depending on your needs and device of choice, UCL is available in Essential, Basic, Enhanced, or Enhanced Plus.
The following are the license types for the Unified Communications Manager:
|Essential||Essential User Connect License - supports one device providing basic voice or analog device (phone or fax). (For example: analog phone, ATA 186, ATA 187, Cisco 3905, Cisco 6901)|
|Basic||Basic User Connect License - supports one device, including all Essential devices, plus basic (voice and video) call control features. (For example: Cisco 6911, Cisco 6921)|
|Enhanced||Enhanced User Connect License - supports one device, including all Basic devices, plus advanced (voice and video) call control features including desktop, mobile clients. (For example: Cisco 3911, Cisco 3951, Cisco 6941, Cisco 6945, Cisco 6961, Cisco 79xx, Cisco 89xx, Cisco 99xx, Cisco E20, Cisco TelePresence EX60, Cisco TelePresence EX90, third party SIP)|
|Enhanced Plus||Enhanced Plus User Connect License - supports up to two devices, and including all Enhanced devices.|
|CUWL Standard||CUWL Standard Unified Workspace Licensing (UWL) license for Unified CM - supports advanced (voice and video) call control features including desktop and mobile with maximum of two devices per user.|
|CUWL Professional||CUWL Professional Unified Workspace Licensing (UWL) license for Unified CM - includes CUWL Standard features and professional collaboration workspace application features with maximum of ten devices per user.|
|TelePresence Room||TelePresence Room license - supports room based immersive and multipurpose Cisco TelePresence System endpoints and Spark Room. (For example: Cisco TelePresence System Series 3200, 3000, 1300; Cisco TelePresence MX Series; Cisco TelePresence TX Series; Cisco TelePresence System Profile Series)|
For more information, see the Cisco Prime License Manager User Guide.