What is the maximum number of call-processing subscribers in a standard deployment of a Cisco Unified Communications Manager Session Management Edition cluster?
Click on the arrows to vote for the correct answerA. B. C. D. E.
There is no deployment difference between CUCM &amp; CUCM session management Edition cluster.
The only difference is that CUCM SME is designed to support a large number of trunk to trunk connections.
Thus, 8 subscribers.
In a standard deployment of a Cisco Unified Communications Manager Session Management Edition (SME) cluster, the maximum number of call-processing subscribers is 8, which is option D.
Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) Session Management Edition (SME) is a call-control solution that enables the control of a large-scale unified communications network, comprising multiple CUCM clusters, as a single entity. The CUCM SME cluster includes a session manager, which manages and controls call routing between different CUCM clusters. The session manager also provides call admission control and call-routing features, such as call routing based on dialed number or user location.
In a CUCM SME cluster, the call-processing subscribers provide call control and call-routing services to the devices and endpoints registered to the CUCM clusters. The maximum number of call-processing subscribers in a standard deployment depends on the version and licensing of the CUCM SME.
For example, in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Session Management Edition version 11.5, the standard deployment allows up to 8 call-processing subscribers, including one primary subscriber and seven secondary subscribers. In addition to the call-processing subscribers, the CUCM SME cluster can also include session border controllers, media termination points, and other network devices.
Therefore, the correct answer is D, which is 8.