Compatibility Matrix for Unified CCE

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| align="center" | Yes<br>  
| align="center" | Yes<br>
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= Central Controller Backward Compatibility<br>  =
= Central Controller Backward Compatibility<br>  =
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! scope="col" style="background-color: rgb(255,255,204); color: green" | PG + CAD
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| align="center" | 9.0  
| align="center" | 9.0  
| align="center" | 8.5  
| align="center" | 8.5  
| align="center" | 8.5
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'''Note:&nbsp;'''For Outbound deployments, the dialer PG&nbsp;and the Central Controller must be at the same version.  
'''Note:&nbsp;'''For Outbound deployments, the dialer PG&nbsp;and the Central Controller must be at the same version.  
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= NAM/CICM&nbsp;Compatibility<br>  =
= NAM/CICM&nbsp;Compatibility<br>  =
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| align="center" | 9.0<br>  
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'''Note''': The columns can be switched for forward compatibilty. For example, CICM at 9.0 and NAM at 8.0 is a supported configuration. <br>  
'''Note''': The columns can be switched for forward compatibilty. For example, CICM at 9.0 and NAM at 8.0 is a supported configuration. <br>  
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= VDI &amp; Cisco VXI Support  =
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= VDI &amp; Cisco VXI Support<br> =
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| valign="top" | CTI-OS Clients (All CILs)  
| valign="top" | CTI-OS Clients (All CILs)  
| valign="top" | 8.5(x), 9.0  
| valign="top" | 8.5(x), 9.0  
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| valign="top" | VMWare View 4.6, 5.0
| valign="top" | Windows 7 32 bit - Supported<br>Windows 7 WoW64 - Supported<br>Windows XP 32 bit - Supported  
| valign="top" | Windows 7 32 bit - Supported<br>Windows 7 WoW64 - Supported<br>Windows XP 32 bit - Supported  
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| valign="top" | VXC 2100 - N/A<br>VXC 2200 - N/A<br>VXC 2111 - Supported with Cisco Unified IP Phone 8961, 9951, and 9971<br>VXC 2211 - Supported
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VXC 2100 - N/A<br>VXC 2200 - N/A<br>VXC 2111 - Supported with Cisco Unified IP Phone 8961, 9951, and 9971<br>VXC 2211 - Supported  
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| valign="top" | CTI-OS Clients (All CILs)  
| valign="top" | CTI-OS Clients (All CILs)  
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| valign="top" | Citrix XenDesktop 5.0, 5.5 or 6.0  
| valign="top" | Citrix XenDesktop 5.0, 5.5 or 6.0  
| valign="top" | Windows 7 32 bit - Supported<br>Windows 7 WoW64 - Supported<br>Windows XP 32 bit - Supported  
| valign="top" | Windows 7 32 bit - Supported<br>Windows 7 WoW64 - Supported<br>Windows XP 32 bit - Supported  
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| valign="top" | VXC 2100 - Supported with Cisco Unified IP Phone 8961, 9951, and 9971<br>VXC 2200 - Supported<br>VXC 2111 - N/A<br>VXC 2211 - N/A
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VXC 2100 - Supported with Cisco Unified IP Phone 8961, 9951, and 9971<br>VXC 2200 - Supported<br>VXC 2111 - N/A<br>VXC 2211 - N/A  
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| valign="top" | CTI-OS Clients (All CILs)
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VXC 2100 - Supported with Cisco Unified IP Phone 8961, 9951, and 9971<br>VXC 2200 - Supported<br>VXC 2111 - N/A<br>VXC 2211 - N/A
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VXC 2100 - Not Supported<br>VXC 2200 - Supported<br>VXC 2111 - N/A<br>VXC 2211 - N/A
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| valign="top" | Cisco Agent Desktop (CAD)  
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*UCM Silent Monitoring is the only type of Silent Monitoring that is supported with VXI/VDI.
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*Desktop solutions are supported on PC-like devices only that utilize a keyboard and mouse (no tablets or mobile devices supported at this time).
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*The customer is not required to use Cisco VXI endpoints in a VDI solution. The customer can use any VDI endpoint that supports the specific Citrix or VMWare VDI solution versions supported by Cisco. The customer is responsible for ensuring that bandwidth and any other deployment considerations ensure that the solution can meet the performance and timing requirements of CTI-OS.
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*For information about CAD wih thin client and virtual desktop environments, see the Integrating CAD with Thin Client and Virtual Desktop Environments document. <br>
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*EIM/WIM 9.x not supported on Virtual Agent desktop environment.
= Application Virtualization<br>  =
= Application Virtualization<br>  =
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| valign="top" | 7.5(9), 7.5(10), 8.0(1), or 8.5(x)  
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| valign="top" | 7.5(9), 7.5(10), 8.0(x), or 8.5(x)  
| valign="top" | XenApp 5.0  
| valign="top" | XenApp 5.0  
| valign="top" | Windows Server 2008 R2 (SP1)<br>
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*The customer is not required to use Cisco VXI endpoints in a VDI solution. The customer can use any VDI endpoint that supports the specific Citrix or VMWare VDI solution versions supported by Cisco. The customer is responsible for ensuring that bandwidth and any other deployment considerations ensure that the solution can meet the performance and timing requirements of CTI-OS.
 
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= Siebel Compatibility<br>  =
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! style="background-color: rgb(255,255,204); color: green" | Cisco Siebel Driver <br>  
! style="background-color: rgb(255,255,204); color: green" | Cisco Siebel Driver <br>  
! style="background-color: rgb(255,255,204); color: green" | Siebel Release<br>
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= ICM-to-ICM Gateway Requirements  =
= ICM-to-ICM Gateway Requirements  =
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<br>The following are system requirements for ICM-to-ICM Gateway.  
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*Both Client ICM and Server ICM must be supported releases of Unified ICME, and must bewithin one major version. If two connected ICMs are running with different releases ofUnified ICME, only the ICM-to-ICM Gateway features supported by the lowest release areavailable.
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*Both Client ICM and Server ICM must be supported releases of Unified ICME and the two versions must appear on a single row in the table below&nbsp; If two connected ICMs are running with different releases of Unified ICME, only the ICM-to-ICM Gateway features supported by the lowest release are available.<br>
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'''Note:''' A supported release includes “extended support releases”. For example, as of June2008, 7.1 (5) and 7.2(7) are considered as “extended support releases” that are within a minorversion of each other.  
'''Note:''' A supported release includes “extended support releases”. For example, as of June2008, 7.1 (5) and 7.2(7) are considered as “extended support releases” that are within a minorversion of each other.  
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General Compatibility information for CCE

The following sections contain compatibility information that applies to all versions of CCE.

For Information on
Scope/Further Reading
Unified CCE Compatibility with Service/Maintenance Releases Except where specifically noted otherwise (in the tables below), Unified CCE supports all service/maintenance releases for compatible component versions. Cisco recommends that you run the latest available service/maintenance releases for Unified CCE components. For more information on the Unified CCE software maintenance strategy, see the Software Release and Support Methodology: ICM/IPCC.
Component Versions Supported During Upgrade This document lists component versions supported for new installs and full upgrades. It does not list component versions that may be temporarily supported during an upgrade period. Consult the Upgrade Guide for ICM and CTI OS for Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise for your Unified CCE version for a list of any additional component versions supported during upgrade.
OS and Third-Party Software Compatibility
To verify operating system, database, and third-party software (that is, anti-virus, Web browser, remote administration) compatibility, consult the Hardware & System Software Specification (Bill of Materials) for Cisco Unified ICM/Contact Center Enterprise & Hosted specific to your Unified CCE version.
Unified CCE Component End of Life Notices
Find out when a Cisco product has reached its End of Life and what product upgrade and substitution options.

Because this guide lists component versions until they reach last-date-of-support (the final stage in the end-of-life process) some of the component versions listed herein may have reached end-of-sale or end-of-software-maintenance-release.


General Compatibility Notes and Limitations

Component Notes
Phones The following general limitations pertain to IP phones used with Unified CCE Enterprise deployments:
  • Third-party SIP phones are not supported as contact center agent phones. The SIP standard does not include the necessary messaging for third-party Call Control (3PCC). Unified CCE relies on CTI capabilities on the SIP phones that third-party phones do not have. As an alternative, you may choose to deploy the Mobile Agent solution to enable Cisco Unified CCE and Contact Center Hosted (CCH) to use any phone as an agent phone. Please consult with your Cisco Sales Engineer for additional detail on this configuration.
  • IP Communicator is not supported with Cisco Agent Desktop (CAD) IP Phone Agent.
  • See the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Compatibility Guide for SIP and other phone protocol support.
System Peripheral Gateway (PG) Deployments The following general limitations pertain to Unified CCE deployments that use the System PG:


Unified CCE Parent / Child Compatibility

Release
Parent 7.0(x) Parent 7.1(x) Parent 7.2(x) Parent 7.5(x) Parent 8.0(x) Parent 8.5(x) Parent 9.0(x)
Child 7.0(x) Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Child 7.1(x) Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Child 7.2(x) No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
 No
Child 7.5(x) No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
 No
Child 8.0(x) No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Child 8.5(x) No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Child 9.0(x) No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes


Central Controller Backward Compatibility

CentralController PG PG + CAD
9.0 8.5 8.5
9.0 8.0 8.0
8.5 8.0 8.0
8.5 7.5 7.5
8.0 7.5 7.5
8.0 7.2 7.2
8.0 7.1
7.5 7.2 7.2
7.5 7.1


Note: Backward compatible PGs are intended to be supported during the transition when you upgrade the Central Controller and PGs to the same version.

Note: For Outbound deployments, the dialer PG and the Central Controller must be at the same version.


NAM/CICM Compatibility

NAM Version CICM Version
9.0
8.5
9.0 8.0
8.5 8.0
8.5 7.5
8.0 7.5
8.0
7.2
7.5 7.2
7.5
7.1
7.5
7.0


Note: The columns can be switched for forward compatibilty. For example, CICM at 9.0 and NAM at 8.0 is a supported configuration.

VDI & Cisco VXI Support

Cisco Client Type Version Virtual Desktop Infrastructure OS Compatibility Cisco VXI Clients
CTI-OS Clients (All CILs) 8.0(1) or 8.5(1) VMWare View 3.0 Windows 7 32 bit - Supported
Windows 7 WoW64 - Unsupported
Windows XP 32 bit - Supported
VXC 2100 - N/A
VXC 2200 - N/A
VXC 2111 - Supported with Cisco Unified IP Phone 8961, 9951, and 9971
VXC 2211 - Supported
CTI-OS Clients (All CILs) 8.0(1) or 8.5(1) Citrix XenDesktop 5.0 or 6.0 Windows 7 32 bit - Supported
Windows 7 WoW64 - Unsupported
Win XP 32 Bit - Supported
VXC 2100 - Supported with Cisco Unified IP Phone 8961, 9951, and 9971
VXC 2200 - Supported
VXC 2111 - N/A
VXC 2211 - N/A
CTI-OS Clients (All CILs) 8.5(x), 9.0 VMWare View 4.6, 5.0 Windows 7 32 bit - Supported
Windows 7 WoW64 - Supported
Windows XP 32 bit - Supported

VXC 2100 - N/A
VXC 2200 - N/A
VXC 2111 - Supported with Cisco Unified IP Phone 8961, 9951, and 9971
VXC 2211 - Supported

VXC6215 - Supported with deskphone only

CTI-OS Clients (All CILs) 8.5(x), 9.0 Citrix XenDesktop 5.0, 5.5 or 6.0 Windows 7 32 bit - Supported
Windows 7 WoW64 - Supported
Windows XP 32 bit - Supported

VXC 2100 - Supported with Cisco Unified IP Phone 8961, 9951, and 9971
VXC 2200 - Supported
VXC 2111 - N/A
VXC 2211 - N/A

VXC6215 - Supported with deskphone only

CTI-OS Clients (All CILs) 8.5(4), 9.0(2) Citrix XenDesktop 5.0, 5.5, 6.0, 6.5 Windows 7 32 bit - Supported
Windows 7 WoW64 - Supported
Windows XP 32 bit - Supported

VXC 2100 - Supported with Cisco Unified IP Phone 8961, 9951, and 9971
VXC 2200 - Supported
VXC 2111 - N/A
VXC 2211 - N/A

VXC6215 - Supported with deskphone only

Cisco Finesse
9.x
VMware View 4.6, 5.x

Windows 7 (32 bit, 64 bit, and WOW64)

Windows XP

VXC 2100 - N/A
VXC 2200 - N/A
VXC 2111 - Not Supported
VXC 2211 - Supported

VXC6215 - Supported with deskphone only

Cisco Finesse
9.x
Citrix XenDesktop 4.x, 5.0, 5.5, or 6.0
Windows 7 (32 bit, 64 bit, and WOW64)

Windows XP

VXC 2100 - Not Supported
VXC 2200 - Supported
VXC 2111 - N/A
VXC 2211 - N/A

VXC6215 - Supported with deskphone only

Cisco Agent Desktop (CAD) All Not Supported Not Supported Not Supported

Note:

  • UCM Silent Monitoring is the only type of Silent Monitoring that is supported with VXI/VDI.
  • Desktop solutions are supported on PC-like devices only that utilize a keyboard and mouse (no tablets or mobile devices supported at this time).
  • The customer is not required to use Cisco VXI endpoints in a VDI solution. The customer can use any VDI endpoint that supports the specific Citrix or VMWare VDI solution versions supported by Cisco. The customer is responsible for ensuring that bandwidth and any other deployment considerations ensure that the solution can meet the performance and timing requirements of CTI-OS.
  • For information about CAD wih thin client and virtual desktop environments, see the Integrating CAD with Thin Client and Virtual Desktop Environments document.
  • EIM/WIM 9.x not supported on Virtual Agent desktop environment.

Application Virtualization

Windows Server 2008 R2 (SP1)

Cisco Client Version Version Citrix/XenApp Remote Desktop Services platform
CTI-OS Clients (All CILs)
8.5(3) and up
XenApp 6.0
Windows Server 2008 R2 (SP1)
CTI-OS Clients (All CILs) 7.5(9), 7.5(10), 8.0(x), or 8.5(x) XenApp 5.0 Windows Server 2008 R2 (SP1)



Siebel Compatibility


Cisco Siebel Driver
Siebel Release
9.0(1) 8.1(x)
8.5(x) 7.8(x), 8.0(x), 8.1(x)
8.0(x) 7.8(x), 8.0(x), 8.1(x)
7.5(x) 8.0(x)
7.5(10) 7.7(x), 7.8(x), 8.1(x)
7.2(x) 7.8(x)
7.1(x) 7.8(x)
7.0(x) 7.8(x)
6.0(x) 7.7(x)


ICM-to-ICM Gateway Requirements


The following are system requirements for ICM-to-ICM Gateway.

  • Both Client ICM and Server ICM must be supported releases of Unified ICME and the two versions must appear on a single row in the table below  If two connected ICMs are running with different releases of Unified ICME, only the ICM-to-ICM Gateway features supported by the lowest release are available.

Note: A supported release includes “extended support releases”. For example, as of June2008, 7.1 (5) and 7.2(7) are considered as “extended support releases” that are within a minorversion of each other.

  • An ICM communication network configuration that can support ICM-to-ICM Gateway. TheSignaling Access Network (SAN)/Public network is strongly recommended.

Note: Refer to the Pre-installation Planning Guide for Cisco Unified ICM Enterprise andHosted for information about the Signaling Access Network and ICM communicationsnetwork configurations.

ICM-to-ICM Gateway Client and Server Release Requirements

Client/Server 1 Client/Server 2 Comments
6.0 7.0, 7.1, 7.2 ICM 6.0 has reached End of Life and End of Support. ICM6.0 is mentioned here only to provide the available upgradepaths.
7.0, 7.1, 7.2 7.5 ICM 7.0, 7.1 and 7.2 are End of Life and End of Support.They are mentioned here only to provide the available upgradepaths.
7.5, 8.0 7.5, 8.0 UCCE 8.0(1) is a major release.
8.5, 8.0 8.5, 8.0 UCCE 8.5
8.5, 9.0 8.5, 9.0 UCCE 9.0(1) is a major release






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