[c-nsp] ASR920 - ISR4431

Gustav Ulander gustav.ulander at telecomputing.se
Thu Jun 4 03:27:39 EDT 2015

Hello Waris.
Yepp we looked at it but we can not provide access to some of our hardware to this and then the point is more or less gone as we see it.
Might be that our implementation is a corner case but that's the problem for us.


From: Waris Sagheer (waris) [mailto:waris at cisco.com]
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Subject: Re: [c-nsp] ASR920 - ISR4431

Have you looked at smart licensing? I am hoping that should simplify the process.

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From: Gustav Ulander <gustav.ulander at telecomputing.se<mailto:gustav.ulander at telecomputing.se>>
Date: Wednesday, June 3, 2015 at 5:18 AM
To: Gert Doering <gert at greenie.muc.de<mailto:gert at greenie.muc.de>>, Nick Cutting <ncutting at edgetg.co.uk<mailto:ncutting at edgetg.co.uk>>
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Subject: Re: [c-nsp] ASR920 - ISR4431

Hello all.
My take is that a consumption based sales model can be good as long as you are not hindered in your work because of it.
Hate when you have some late night work to be done that can't be completed because of some weird restriction dependent in some way on a license.
RTU licenses are the way from my way of looking at it however, I have a feeling that cisco is not equally impressed with RTU licenses.


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Subject: Re: [c-nsp] ASR920 - ISR4431


On Wed, Jun 03, 2015 at 11:41:41AM +0000, Nick Cutting wrote:
Yep, I don't mind at all.  :)
Too many times it has been, "should've gone cisco" in terms of missing features stability etc.
At least with cisco I know what works and doesn't.

I used to say that, 15 years ago...

Then they decided to split the company into in-fighting BUs...

Nowadays, I know that "it works" if I've laid my hands on it and it actually did (and didn't lose the license to make it work on the next upgrade).

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