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Mitel Perfomance Analytics (Marwatch) on MiVB 9 MSL

Mitel Perfomance Analytics (Marwatch) on MiVB 9 MSL

Mitel Perfomance Analytics (Marwatch) on MiVB 9 MSL

I've installed the Marwatch Probe on several MSL servers - varying from MBG to MiCollab... this works well and you don't need the Marwatch appliance.

I just upgraded a site to an MXe-III controller and MiVB 9.0 - which as you know has MSL as its operating system.

This site has premium Software Assurance, and is therefore eligible for MPA. They don't want to purchase a Probe appliance for the site, so I'm stuck either having them install it on their server, or adding it as a blade on the MSL on the controller.

I've asked Martello support if this is doable on the controller - they say YES it is... but they have never done so and to do so with caution.

Well, that's not the warm fuzzy that I'm looking for and I have no intention of being first at anything of this nature in a production environment.

Soooo... has anyone installed Marwatch Probe blade on a physical 3300 controller (MXe-III or CX-II) running MiVB 9.x?

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