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ACI ASAv integration licensing requirements

Is there any license required on asav in order to integrate with ACI ? 

I downloaded and installed asav for testing without any licenses. My asav has registered with ACI, but I'm not able to send any interface configuration to asav from ACI. Perhaps this is due to licensing, or may be I have a different problem. 

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Ataranen, 

Unlicensed ASAv in a minimal lab environment should be okay; however, you will face some limitations such as maximum bandwidth, number of VLANs, etc. Executing a show licenses features on the ASAv should list out some of the limitations. The link below also states:

"Until you install a license, throughput is limited to 100 Kbps so that you can perform preliminary connectivity tests."

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/security/asa/asa92/asav/quick-start/asav-quick/asav-config.html#16258

With that said, I doubt that licensing is an issue. I would verify the ACI/ASAv version, device package, ACI/ASAv configuration, and check for faults on ACI. Below is a good starting point.  

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/security/asa/apic/quick-start/guide/apic_qsg12.pdf

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Ataranen, 

Unlicensed ASAv in a minimal lab environment should be okay; however, you will face some limitations such as maximum bandwidth, number of VLANs, etc. Executing a show licenses features on the ASAv should list out some of the limitations. The link below also states:

"Until you install a license, throughput is limited to 100 Kbps so that you can perform preliminary connectivity tests."

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/security/asa/asa92/asav/quick-start/asav-quick/asav-config.html#16258

With that said, I doubt that licensing is an issue. I would verify the ACI/ASAv version, device package, ACI/ASAv configuration, and check for faults on ACI. Below is a good starting point.  

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/security/asa/apic/quick-start/guide/apic_qsg12.pdf

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