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Does ISE PIC have actual license enforcement?
There are two ISE PIC licenses:
Standard 3,000 session PIC license R-ISE-PIC-VM-K9=
Upgrade for 300,000 sessions L-ISE-PIC-UPG=
Right now we are having an issue installing the upgrade license, what happens if customer exceeds the 3,000 session limit of the base one?
Solved! Go to Solution.
Any update on this? There is a concern of how ISE will handle going above 3000 sessions. Historically we wouldn't affect authentications, but not sure if it is different with sessions.
For clarification, currently ISE PIC is based for ISE 2.2 so to be clear then without ISE PIC Upgrade license the 3,000 session limit is not enforced so oversubscription is possible since we are currently unable to install the ISE PIC Upgrade license?
I just want to ensure I am understanding correctly.
Many people confuse license verses license enforcement. Over subscription is possible but would be a violation of the license agreement unless the upgrade license is purchased. Cisco may in the future choose to enforce the licensing and we would not want anyone to get caught short. While they need not install the upgrade license key today, they still need the license if they go over 3,000 sessions.
Best Regards, Kevin
I have Virtual Installed and Looking for Its licensing.
I can see ISE-VM-K9 in UDI Information. Is this ISE or ISE PIC and what licenses I needs.
Are the licenses free or paid.