The virtual mac address on the VM does not affect the license MAC generated
for the licensing, and it still uses the same old method as previous and
your license MAC can be "generated" or seen by using the AFG tool:
https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/applicat/content/cuc-afg/index.html

Taken from that webpage:

The License MAC is generated based on the Primary Node's Time Zone, NTP
Server 1, NIC Speed, NIC Duplex, Host Name, DHCP, IP Address, IP Mask,
Gateway Address, Primary DNS, SMTP Location, and Certificate Information.


On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 10:52 AM, Lelio Fulgenzi <le...@uoguelph.ca> wrote:

>
> Just curious what really triggers a license change in UCCx.
>
> I do know that any re-installation will do it, regardless if it's on the
> same physical hardware. I'm going to assume that re-installing on virtual
> equipment will have the same outcome.
>
> What if I install on virtual using a static MAC address and simply export
> and import the UCCx VMs onto another ESXi host?
>
> Just trying to plan accordingly.
>
> Lelio
>
>
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