Could I have your advice on NSO + WAE integartion ?
I'm planning to integrate the Cisco WAE + NSO for a PoC setup.
Current lab setup:
I'm using the ASR 9k serious physical routers for my underlay network connectivity.
Have done the NSO 4.2 version installation as well as WAE server 6.4 installation and it's services are up and running.
Need a suggestion/help:
Please guide me on my lab setup validation as well as point me some of architectural document website to understand more possibility of lab setup scenario, licensing model, NSO + WAE versioning compatibility, configurations etc..
Based on your previous reply, WAE 7.1 is a better version to ingrate WAE + NSO.
Would be helpful, if you can guide me for solution integration/installation document, licensing requirement, availability of NSO pre developed service package availability and NSO +WAE configuration/execution document.
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