Cisco Unified Communications Licensing Report

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Please note that this report has been fully generated bythe UPLINX Report Tool. Nothing has been changed oredited (except this message – it is truly zero touch.Generation has taken about 1 minute.Cisco Unified CommunicationsLicensing ReportCustomerAs-Built Documentation for projectChapter: 1 Report Information13 October 20151

Cisco Unified CommunicationsLicensing ReportTable of Content1 Report Information . 31.1 Report Generation . 32 Licensing . 32.1 Summary . 32.2 Users . 42.3 Devices . 53 Cisco Prime License Manager . 63.1 Overview . 63.2 Product Instances. 63.3 Usage per License Type . 63.3.1 Table. 63.3.2 Charts . 63.4 Usage per Product Instance . 73.4.1 Table. 73.4.2 Charts . 7Page 2 of 8

Cisco Unified CommunicationsLicensing Report1 Report Information1.1 Report GenerationReport InfoReport date13/10/2015 3:29:11 PMReport generated forCustomerDescriptionAs-Built Documentation for projectServer InfoCUCM version10.5.2.10000(5)CUCM IP10.5.1.110Report SettingsReport TypeLicensingVisual styleBlu Light.cssReport ContentAll objectsTemplate HTMLLICENSINGreportTemplate.htmTemplate WordBars Phones Green Blue.docReport Tool InfoReport Tool version11.0.3 / 8 Oct 2015Report Tool LicenseLicensed [Ent]2 LicensingCisco Unified Communications Manager licensing is part of the overall commercial offer of CiscoUnified Communications Licensing.Licensing for the Cisco Unified Communications Manager is determined by the total number ofusers, user features, and devices configured. Cisco Unified Communications Manager calculates itslicense usage based upon the total number of users (with user features and associated devices) anddevices configured on the system.This section contains: SummaryUsersDevices2.1 SummaryThis section provides a summary of the Licenses in use. The following are license types of UnifiedCommunications Manager: Essential: Essential User Connect License supports one device providing basic voice oranalog 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, plusbasic (voice and video) call control features. (For example: Cisco 6911, Cisco 6921)Enhanced: Enhanced User Connect License - supports one device, including all Basicdevices, plus advanced (voice and video) call control features including desktop and mobileclients. (For example: Cisco 3911, Cisco 3951, Cisco 6941, Cisco 6945, Cisco 6961, Cisco79xx, Cisco 89xx, Cisco 99xx, Cisco E20, Cisco TelePresence EX60, Cisco TelePresenceEX90, third party SIP)Enhanced Plus: Enhanced Plus User Connect License supports up to two devices, andincluding all Enhanced devices.CUWL Standard: CUWL Standard Unified Workspace Licensing (UWL) license for UnifiedCM supports advanced (voice and video) call control features including desktop and mobilewith maximum of two devices per user.Page 3 of 8

Cisco Unified CommunicationsLicensing Report CUWL Professional: CUWL Professional Unified Workspace Licensing (UWL) license forUnified CM includes CUWL Standard features and professional collaboration workspaceapplication features with maximum of ten devices per user.TelePresence Room: TelePresence Room license supports room based immersive andmultipurpose Cisco TelePresence System endpoints. (For example: Cisco TelePresenceSystem Series 3200, 3000, 1300; Cisco TelePresence MX Series; Cisco TelePresence TXSeries; Cisco TelePresence System Profile Series)Licensing SummaryLicense TypeCurrent UsageUsersDevicesCUWL Standard000Enhanced ce Room110Total19811Last Updated2015-10-12 21:20:512.2 UsersThis chapter lists licenses consumed by users.If a user is configured in the system and is not associated to any devices, that user will not own anydevice. A user is associated to a device or owns a device if that user's ID is set as the Owner UserID or Mobility User ID in the device's configuration.Simply adding a user into the system does not consume any licenses if the user does not own anydevices or does not use a licensed user feature. However, if the user is configured with a licenseduser feature, or that user does own a device, then the user does consume a license. The licenseduser features are Extension Mobility and Mobile Connect (also known as Mobility or Single NumberReach or SNR).Devices have different tiers based on their type. Device tiers determine which license will beconsumed when they are assigned to the user. The device will continue to consume the licenseeven if it's not assigned to the circumstances:1. User is using licensed feature but has no device assigned: In this case, user does not ownany device. This means there is no device in the system with the Owner User ID set as the user.2. User owns a device: Telepresence Room: A user will consume a Telepresence Room license only if the user hasbeen assigned a Telepresence device. One telepresence device assigned to one userconsumes one Telepresence Room license. However, if the same user has been assigned adevice consuming Enhanced License, then the user will still be consuming one TelepresenceRoom license although user has two devices assigned.Essential: A user will consume Essential license only when an essential tier device has beenassigned to the user.Basic: A user will consume Basic license either when Basic tier device has been assigned tothe user or the user is configured with licensed features.Enhanced: A user will consume Essential license only when an Essential tier device hasbeen assigned to the user. One Essential tier device assigned to user consumes oneEssential license.Enhanced Plus: This license is consuded when a user is assigned two devices excludingtelepresence and one enhanced device (only if user has telepresence device).CUWL Standard: If a total of three or more devices have been assigned to a user, then theuser will consume one CUWL Standard License. However, the telepresence device and onePage 4 of 8

Cisco Unified CommunicationsLicensing Reportenhanced device (only if user has telepresence device) doesn't count towards it. A maximumof 10 devices can be assigned to the user.UsersUser IDLicenseTypeLicense Device Devices Contributing to License UsageUsage 21BasicDescriptionTierSEP6CFA8902CFE1 Cisco 7861Angelina Jolie(Cisco 7861 SIP)EnhancedNameDescriptionTierEllen Page (Cisco7945 SCCP)EnhancedSEPB838612FC0A3 Cisco 7821bpittBasic10 none A02E05E0 Cisco 7945User template Enhanced11NameTypeDescriptionTCTTEMPLATE Cisco Dual Mode edTypeDescriptionTelepresence 1Room1TierSEPDCEB94BC1C52 Cisco 8841Demi Moore (Cisco Enhanced8841 SIP)NameDescriptionTypeSEP1CDEA7824ED2 Cisco DX650userCCCCTierNameTypeTierSEP1CDEA7824ED2 EnhancedDescriptionSEP100010001000 Cisco TelePresence SP1000100010001000TierTelePresenceRoom2.3 DevicesOnce a device is assigned or associated to a user by configuring the user's ID as Owner User ID orMobility User ID of the device, the licensing requirements for that user and device are determined bythe type of device and the number of devices assigned to the user.However, if a device is added to Cisco Unified Communications Manager and no Owner User ID orMobility User ID has been specified, the device consumes license based on its device type. Thefollowing table lists these devices with license type consumed by each of them. These are allunassigned devices.DevicesNameLicense TypeDevice co 7925Wireless 79257925SEP04C5A44D2C77EnhancedCisco 99519951 with CKEMtestEnhancedCisco IP CommunicatorAuto 110258821SEP123412341234EnhancedCisco 7965Phone of Brad Pitt55001SEP0021A02BC8B8EnhancedCisco 7965Auto 1103711037SEPB000B4BB3F54EnhancedCisco 88518851 with 1 x KEM Updated 14:528851CIPC MKUNZEnhancedCisco IP CommunicatorAuto 110258821SEP3C5EC30DCC2DEnhancedCisco 88418841 Testxxx8841SEPD824BDBBEC46EnhancedCisco 7975Meeting room 14002SEP0000DEADBEEFEnhancedCisco 794514807SEP7426ACF35CBEEnhancedCisco DX70Auto 1103611036Page 5 of 8

Cisco Unified Communications ManagerLicensing Report3 Cisco Prime License ManagerCisco Prime License Manager provides simplified, enterprise-wide management of user-based licensing, includinglicense fulfillment. Cisco Prime License Manager handles licensing fulfillment, supports allocation and reconciliationof licenses across supported products, and provides enterprise-level reporting of usage and entitlement.3.1 OverviewThis section contains the server status and identity of this Cisco Prime License Manager.OverviewVersion10.5.2.10000-5License Definition Version10.5.0Host NameCUCM1052IP Address10.5.1.110StatusAVAILABLEFulfillment ModeONLINEDeployment ModeEnterpriseLast Synchronization (UTC)12/10/2015 7:30:36 AM3.2 Product InstancesThe following product instances are registered with this Cisco Prime License Manager.License UsageNameHostnameProduct TypeVersionLicense StatusSynchronization StatusLast Successful Synchronization 0/2015 7:30:36 15 7:30:36 AM3.3 Usage per License TypeThis section shows the usage for all license types.3.3.1 TableThis table shows the usage for all license types.Usage per LicenseTypeProductTypeversionLicense StatusRequiredInstalledAvailableEx

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 suppor

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