IP Office Centralized Licensing
IP Office Server Edition supports centralized licensing. All the user-specific and system-specific licenses can be
managed from the Primary Server that also acts as the centralized licensing server.
The only new license for the IP Office is the new system software license called Server Edition. The feature Key
Serial Number (System ID) is derived from platform hardware.
IP Office Centrally Residing Licenses
· Server Edition (includes aggregation of VMPro ports from all nodes)
· Avaya and 3rd-party Endpoints
· SIP trunk channels
· Office Worker
· Power User
· Receptionist (for SoftConsole)
· UMS Web Services (for hunt groups)
IP Office Locally Residing Licenses
Additional PRI Channels
CTI Link Pro
Additional Messaging Ports
Messaging TTS Pro
Messaging Recordings Administrators
· All locally residing licenses are still managed centrally using the Manager tool.
· The Locally residing licenses need to be provisioned separately based on the table above.
· For Voicemail resiliency, separate VMPro Ports on the Secondary Server are required to support more than
the two (2) default ports.
Voice Compression Module (VCM) v2
The current versions of the VCM32 and VCM64 modules include 12 IP endpoint licenses.
The new VCM32v2 and VCM64v2 does not include the 12 IP endpoint licenses. This allows all IP endpoint
licenses to be centrally managed by the server edition.
IP Office 8.1
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Required per node (Linux server or IP500v2)
1. Features from Essential Edition
2. Features from Preferred Edition
3. Centralized VMPro
4. Two (2) ports of VMPro
5. Unlimited SCN(multisite networking) channels
Enables meet-me conferencing, advanced messaging,
automated attendant, call recording, conditional call
routing, queue announcements, mobile twinning, call
control and call-back.
Note: Advanced Edition is not supported on Server
Issue 26.k.- (16 August 2012)