Steps to upgrade Prime so that licenses are "grand-fathered" with the new tokens based system
I'm trying to identify which version of Prime is licensed based on tokens and the steps needed when upgrading to Prime Infrastructure 3.1.4. It was mentioned that if one were to do a fresh install of Prime at version 2.2 and go through the steps of upgrading to 3.1.x, at a certain version, one should load the inventory into Prime so that the license can be "grand-fathered" when the license model switches to the new token based system.
Does anyone happen to know which version is the "last" version that is licensed via the old model? Is it version 3.1.3 or something earlier?
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Starting from NFVIS 3.12 versions, the deploy option does not depict all the SR-IOV VFs(Virtual Functions) available in a physical interface. This change is introduced as (i) the number of VFs of ENCS platform on LANs side is increased to 24 and (ii) the...