CUCM licenses and setup on ESXi

Hello all! I am slightly new to the Cisco voice world with only CUCM and CUE administration. Currently I have the CCNA Voice and currently watching the CCNP Voice videos from INE. I am in the process of building a home lab and have a compatible server that will run ESXi. My question is how to get the apps? I have seen the NFR kit on Cisco's website for partners and other options on eBay. Really just looking for a push in the right direction. This has probably been asked but after some quick searching on the forum and countless Google searching I figured I would throw in the towel and ask the experts! Thank you in advance for any help!

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  • Hello!

    You can download the software if you have support contract with Cisco. You can also collect the software from any customer who is using CUCM. Cisco doesn't mind using their software without license, old days Cisco used to give 50 UCL license by default, now they are giving 90 days of evaluation period.


    If you cannot find any of your friend then Google it, search forums, search torrents its easy to find.

    Best of luck!

    On Oct 15, 2013 4:26 AM, "mdonan" <[email protected]> wrote:

    Hello all! I am slightly new to the Cisco voice world with only CUCM and CUE administration. Currently I have the CCNA Voice and currently watching the CCNP Voice videos from INE. I am in the process of building a home lab and have a compatible server that will run ESXi. My question is how to get the apps? I have seen the NFR kit on Cisco's website for partners and other options on eBay. Really just looking for a push in the right direction. This has probably been asked but after some quick searching on the forum and countless Google searching I figured I would throw in the towel and ask the experts! Thank you in advance for any help!




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  • So does that mean every 90 days I must uninstall and reinstall? Can that be done with a snapshot?

  • Yes it can be done with snapshot.

    On Oct 15, 2013 4:00 PM, "mdonan" <[email protected]> wrote:

    So does that mean every 90 days I must uninstall and reinstall? Can that be done with a snapshot?




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