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*'''Go to:''' [http://www.cisco.com/cisco/software/navigator.html?mdfid=280082558 '''OVA Download Location for Unity Connection Release 9.0.1'''] . Select Products->Cisco Unity Connection->Cisco Unity Connection Virtualization->OVA-9.0
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*'''Go to: [[Unified Communications Virtualization Downloads (including OVA/OVF Templates)]] '''
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This content has moved to [[Virtualization for Cisco Unity Connection]].
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'''Note:''' The OVAs are created by default with reservations for the Xeon 7500 processors. When using the Xeon E7 processors, it is aceptable to change the reservations to match what is specified in this table. <br>
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{| border="1" style="width: 712px; height: 416px;"
 
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|+ '''Supported OVA Templates: Unity Connection, Release 9.0(1)'''
 
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! rowspan="2" | VM OVA Capacity <br>
 
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! colspan="5" | VM OVA Parameters<br>
 
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! rowspan="2" | Notes <br>
 
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! vCPU Cores (= Physical Cores)
 
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! CPU Core Speed
 
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! vRAM (=Physical Memory)
 
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! vDisk
 
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! vNIC
 
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! 100 users
 
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| minimum of 2.0 GHz
 
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| 4 GB
 
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| 1x 160 GB disk with pre-aligned disk partitions<br>
 
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Requires reserving one physical core per physical server - see [[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|co-residency policy]].
 
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Limits for Standalone Configuration:
 
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:*8 ports G.711 or G.729a (combined TUI, VUI, or TTS)
 
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:*2 ports iLBC or G.722
 
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:*Voice mail only (No Integrated or Unified Messaging)
 
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Limits for Active/Active Cluster Configuration:
 
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:*16 ports G.711 or G.729a (combined TUI, VUI, or TTS)
 
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:*4 ports iLBC or G.722
 
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:*Voice mail only (No Integrated or Unified Messaging)
 
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For use on UCS E series blades see&nbsp;[[Cisco_Unity_Connection_on_UCSE]]
 
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! 1000 users
 
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| minimum of 2.13 GHz (2.13 GHz reserved)
 
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| 4 GB
 
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| 1x 160 GB disk with pre-aligned disk partitions<br>
 
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Requires reserving one physical core per physical server - see [[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|co-residency policy]].
 
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Limits for Standalone Configuration:
 
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:*24 ports G.711 or G.729a (combined TUI, VUI, or TTS)
 
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:*6 ports iLBC or G.722
 
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Limits for Active/Active Cluster Configuration:
 
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:*48 ports G.711 or G.729a (combined TUI, VUI, or TTS)
 
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For use on CUCM-BE 6000 as well as other TRC and non-TRC configurations.
 
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! 5000 users
 
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| For Xeon 5600 and 7500 processors - minimum of 2.53 GHz each (5.06 GHz reserved)
 
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For Xeon E7 processors - minimum of 2.4 GHz each (4.8 GHz reserved)
 
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| 6 GB
 
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| 1x 200 GB
 
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Requires reserving one physical core per physical server - see [[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|co-residency policy]].
 
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Limits for Standalone Configuration:
 
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! 10,000 users
 
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For Xeon E7 processors - minimum of 2.4 GHz each (9.6 GHz reserved)
 
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| 6 GB
 
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2x 300 GB or<br>2x 500 GB<br> If using the C210 TRC, requires atleast one additional disk for the 500 GB Overlay
 
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For the larger 300GB or 500 GB disks, the datastore where the Connection virtual machine will reside must be formatted with a VMware VMFS block size of 2MB or more. A block size of 1MB limits the maximum virtual hard disk size to 256GB. A block size of 2MB allows 512GB virtual disks. <br> The 500 GB disks will require atleast one additional disk if using the C210 TRC.
 
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Requires reserving one physical core per physical server - see [[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|co-residency policy]].
 
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Limits for Standalone Configuration:
 
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| 8 GB
 
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| 2x 300 GB or <br>2x 500 GB <br>
 
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If using the C210 TRC, requires atleast one additional disk for the 500 GB Overlay
 
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When running under ESXi 4.1, requires ESXi Enterprise Plus Licensing since it uses over 4 vCPUs for the Virtual Machine. ESXi 5.0 does not have this restriction. <br>
 
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The datastore where the Connection virtual machine will reside must be formatted with a VMware VMFS block size of 2MB or more. A block size of 1MB limits the maximum virtual hard disk size to 256GB. A block size of 2MB allows 512GB virtual disks. <br> The 500 GB disks will require atleast one additional disk if using the C210 TRC.
 
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Requires reserving one physical core per physical server - see [[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|co-residency policy]].
 
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Limits for Standalone Configuration:
 
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