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NFR Collab and CCIE Collab

To replicate the CCIE Lab I'm gonna need multiple CUCM clusters. 

Does that require multiple NFR kits ? ie one for each cluster?

 

Cheers

 

Rich

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Re: NFR Collab and CCIE Collab

No because cluster instances are no longer licensed, only endpoints. PLM can have as many clusters registered to it as you have compute/storage.

Be advised that Cisco has not released an NFR kit for 12.0, I believe because the Smart Licensing team hasn’t figured out how to support this use case. At least, not unless you’re willing to share your company’s production smart account with lab use cases. Smart Accounts cannot be created using personal email domains (eg @Gmail.com).

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Re: NFR Collab and CCIE Collab

No because cluster instances are no longer licensed, only endpoints. PLM can have as many clusters registered to it as you have compute/storage.

Be advised that Cisco has not released an NFR kit for 12.0, I believe because the Smart Licensing team hasn’t figured out how to support this use case. At least, not unless you’re willing to share your company’s production smart account with lab use cases. Smart Accounts cannot be created using personal email domains (eg @Gmail.com).

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Re: NFR Collab and CCIE Collab

Thanks Jonathan. 

 

I've haven't tried to buy it yet but its there to 'add to basket':

 

https://ciscosoftware.mediuscorp.com/collaboration/partner-demo-lab-and-training-bundle-12-x-nfr-r-csr12-x-k9-nfr

 

Exciting! Thanks for confirmation

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