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Hello all,

I would like to install and configure the following for testing.

1 AAM server as both the application and storage server, get it fully working with my already installed CM 6.3

Then convert the 1 AAM server to a MSS (Storage Server) and then add one MAS (application server)

I have the following equipment

1 esxi with CM 6.3 Duplication (2 Duplicated servers for testing failover)
1 avaya gateway with 1 CO trunk
1 weblm server (No licenses however just for testing)

I can make and receive calls using this system, however I would like to add messaging ability for testing / learning. Is this possible to add an AAM or MAS/MSS without licensing for a trial period or do I need licensing to even get it working to test in a lab. If at the least I would like to configure the one AAM sever as both storage/application.

Does anyone have any good documents or suggestions as the only document I can find that explains all of the steps as far as configuring the CM side and the Messaging side is https://downloads.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/10017... but I am not sure it is correct for what I am doing or not. I am still in the early stages of research for this lab project so any help is appreciated. Thank you in advance.


You will not need a license for 30 days and you can change later from single server to storage only with out issue,

The Doc you have is for CMM not AAM so use this one http://downloads.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/101013...

Ken Means

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- Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826)

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