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VMPro, Delta server & CBC on the same PC!!!!
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VMPro, Delta server & CBC on the same PC!!!!

VMPro, Delta server & CBC on the same PC!!!!

(OP)
Hi All,

Does anyone of you have experience with this case, when VM Pro, Delta server and CBC are installed on the same PC?

And in the case that is possible, what configuration of PC I need for that?


Alex

RE: VMPro, Delta server & CBC on the same PC!!!!

I don't know if this will help, but a while ago I installed VMPro and CCC ver 3 on the same PC, at the time as long as you had less than 15 agents it worked fine. The minimum spec for the PC was Pentium II 400MHz, 10Gb harddisk and 256Mb of RAM.

RE: VMPro, Delta server & CBC on the same PC!!!!

CBC is not very intensive app, you should have no probs as long as your PC is not from a museum.  I do this all the time - and throw in feature key server and manager also.

Having said that, of course you should know that it is not officially supported by Avaya.

Peter

RE: VMPro, Delta server & CBC on the same PC!!!!

It may be worth noting thet the min spec for a VM pro hhas been increased for V2.1

P4 2.8 Ghz, 256Mb ram
I suspect this was just the lowest spec that Avaya could be bothered to test it on

Historicaly VM pro has not required a high spec pc

RE: VMPro, Delta server & CBC on the same PC!!!!

seems strange to need a 2.8mhz when they are talking abour moving the voicemail attendant functionality into the IPO so no PC is required at all in version 3, this is from the launch i went to for 2.1

RE: VMPro, Delta server & CBC on the same PC!!!!

Embeded auto attendant is already in V2.1 for the SOe, but is very basic.

Considering thet the original VM pro required a P166 +32 MB ram I stick to my earler oppinion that Avaya have not bothered to test on more basic systems. this is a shame as I alwyas considered it an advantage to tell a cust he could recycle one of his old unused PC's for this.

even alowing for incereased functionality I would still expect a pII 400 to be able to cope

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