I am having some question around Prime Infrastructure
1- Does a general document exists regarding the licensing count of monitored devices ?
Indeed I am wondering about the specific points. Is it true that :
- A 3750 stack unit count as one (for example a 4 units stack consumes 4 license) ?
- A WLC (except 5500) does not consume a license but only the Lightweight APs.
- An autonomous AP does not consumes a Lifecycle licence ?
Thanks for any clarification.
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This is the description of license counting in Prime Infrastructure:
A device is uniquely identified through the assigned IP address and system object ID (SysOid) combination. Routers, switches, and lightweight/unified APs are counted against the license count. If a switch stack is managed through a single IP address, then it counts as only one device. A single chassis will, however, be counted as multiple devices if the chassis is configured with multiple IP addresses. For example, a switch with multiple service cards, such as a firewall, and so on, or a stackable switch that has an IP address assigned to each switch that participates in the stack will be treated as multiple devices within Cisco Prime Infrastructure. Cisco NAMs, Cisco Wireless LAN Controllers (WLCs), autonomous APs, and third party devices are not counted against the license count.