[c-nsp] ASR1001 and ME3600X licensing

Vitkovský Adam adam.vitkovsky at swan.sk
Wed Sep 10 03:22:35 EDT 2014


If you ordered it as such the licenses should be preinstalled at least that's my experience. 
If not you'd have to use the PAK # and serial # to obtain the license file from Cisco then copy it to the device and install it yourself. 
And yes you can check with sh lic blah blah. 

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> Hi Everyone,
> We have purchased a number of the above devices and also purchased Adv
> IP(For all the ASR's) and Adv Metro IP for all the ME3600's - We were told a
> "paper license" was sent for the adv ip(For all ASR's and ME3600's), which we
> have been unable to locate...a week later of constant e-mails to disty/Cisco
> AM the disty is now stating that the "licenses" are already installed on all the
> devices - I dont have physical access to the devices until tomorow, but do
> you need register the PAK for each device, and then install the license
> key....or would they have come "pre-installed"?  Once I have access to each
> device, would sh ver or sh licenses tell me if adv IP was "active"?
> I cant believe how difficult this has been....and how lacking in knowledge of
> the licensing both our Disty and Cisco AM have been.
> Cheers.
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