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SCN and voicemail

SCN and voicemail

SCN and voicemail

(OP)
Hello guys
I have an IP500v2 with 6 preferred edition licenses.
Then I have another IP500v2 in an SCN and I am using the centralized voicemail option.
when I check resources on the slave IP500v2 I see only 4 channels are available whilst on the main system I have 6.

Is this normal? do I have to purchase additional channels to the slave system to make them qty 6 channels on the remote site?

RE: SCN and voicemail

That is normal the max VM ports in an SCN is 4, if you want or need more you need to use distributed VM.
Mike

RE: SCN and voicemail

Howe Many Networking channels do you have licenced in the SCN?
if only the one licence then you only have 4 channels of SCN & this would need to be increased


Do things on the cheap & it will cost you dear

RE: SCN and voicemail

(OP)
I have 8 SCN licensed channels, but VMpro is limited to 4

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