Cisco Unified Presence, Release 7.x -- Cisco Unified Presence Multi-Node Hardware Compatibility

From DocWiki

Jump to: navigation, search

Main page: Cisco Unified Presence, Release 7.x

Contents

Previous Topic



Supported Hardware

The table below lists the supported hardware for the Cisco Unified Presence multi-node feature.


Notes:

  • Note that you can upgrade the hard drives on an older platform to run the multi-node feature. For example, if you have two older 7825H2 platforms with 80GB drives, and two new 7825H3s with 160GB drives, this is a mixed hardware platform and cannot run the multi-node feature. If you upgraded the two 7825H2 platform, each with new 160GB hard drives, then you can run the multi-node feature on this hardware.
  • Upgrading drives will allow older hardware to be used in a multi-node cluster. However, it is highly recommended that you use the latest hardware available for the multi-node feature as this hardware will have more powerful CPU, more memory and faster input/output processing.


Table 1: Supported hardware for the Cisco Unified Presence Multi-node Feature
Platform No. of Drives Drive Size (GB) Drive Type Available space (GB) to Operating System Supports Multi-Node Feature
7816 Servers

MCS 7816-H3/I3-IPC1

1

160

SATA

160

Yes

MCS 7816-I4-IPC1

1

250

SATA

250

Yes

7825 Servers

MCS 7825-H1/I1-IPC1

2

80

IDE

80

No

MCS 7825-H2/I2-IPC1

2

80

SATA

80

No

MCS 7825-H3/I3-IPC1

2

160

SATA

160

Yes

MCS 7825-H4/I4-IPC1

2

250

SATA

250

Yes

7835 Servers

MCS 7835-H1/I1-IPC1

2

72

Ultra320 SCSI

72

No

MCS 7835-H1/I1-IPC1 (upgraded to 146GB drives)

2

146

Ultra320 SCSI

146

Yes

MCS 7835-H2/I2-IPC1

2

72

SAS

72

No

MCS 7835-H2/I2-IPC1 (upgraded to 146GB drives)

2

146

SAS

146

Yes

MCS 7835-I3-IPC1

2

146

SAS

146

Yes

7845 Servers

MCS 7845-H1/I1-IPC1

4

72

Ultra320 SCSI

144

Yes

MCS 7845-H1/I1-IPC1 (upgraded to 146GB drives)

4

146

Ultra320 SCSI

146

Yes

MCS 7845-H2/I2-IPC1

4

72

SAS

144

Yes

MCS 7845-H2/I2-IPC2

4

146

SAS

292

Yes

MCS 7845-I3-IPC1

4

146

SAS

292

Yes


Related Topics


Hardware Guidelines for High Availability User Assignment

Table 2: User Assignment Guidelines lists the user assignment guidelines for the Cisco Unified Presence multi-node feature.

Table 2: User Assignment Guidelines
Platform High Availability Mode Node 1 Node 2 Subcluster Total Cluster Total (x3)


7816 Servers

Balanced Non-Redundant

0.5k

0.5k

1k

3k

Balanced Redundant

0.25k

0.25k

0.5k

1.5k

Active/Standby

0.5k

0k

0.5k

1.5k


7825 Servers

Balanced Non-Redundant

1k

1k

2k

6k

Balanced Redundant

0.5k

0.5k

1k

3k

Active/Standby

1k

0k

1k

3k

7835 Servers

Balanced Non-Redundant

2.5k

2.5k

5k

15k

Balanced Redundant

1.25k

1.25k

2.5k

7.5k

Active/Standby

2.5k

0k

2.5k

7.5k


7845 Servers

Balanced Non-Redundant

5k

5k

10k

30k

Balanced Redundant

2.5k

2.5k

5k

15k

Active/Standby

5k

0k

5k

15k


Note: The hardware guidelines described in Table 2: User Assignment Guidelines are based on Cisco Unified Presence servers configured to support presence and IM services only. These guidelines do not incorporate the activation of additional Cisco Unified Presence features such as Interdomain Federation, Presence API, Calendaring and so on.

Related Topics

Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast)

Personal tools