[c-nsp] Configure MPLS on Cisco 3945

Andriy Bilous andriy.bilous at gmail.com
Sun Dec 18 17:41:35 EST 2011

That came in 15.0(4)M iirc, called 'right-to-use' license and
basically reverts to the old licensing model. The juggling with PAKs
was a nightmare.

On Sun, Dec 18, 2011 at 11:19 PM, Per Carlson <pelle at hemmop.com> wrote:
>> You need 'data' license for MPLS. You should have trial option if that's
>> newly shipped 3900, as it's now shipped with grace period of 600+ weeks.
> 600+ *weeks*!? A 10 year trial period is nice :-) If that's the
> default, I might be less negative about the licensing system.
> --
> Pelle
> RFC1925, truth 11:
>  Every old idea will be proposed again with a different name and
>  a different presentation, regardless of whether it works.
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