We have procured ISE 3615 with 249 user session licenses, license part codes are as below:
|L-ISE-BSE-PLIC=||ISE Base Licence||1|
|L-ISE-BSE-P1||Cisco ISE Base License - Sessions 100 to 249||249|
Now we want to extend ISE capacity from 249 to 2499 users session, then do we need to add all below part codes in BoM(bill of material)?
L-ISE-BSE-P2 Cisco ISE Base License - Sessions 250 to 499
L-ISE-BSE-P3 Cisco ISE Base License - Sessions 500 to 999
L-ISE-BSE-P4 Cisco ISE Base License - Sessions 1000 to 2499
Adding only 'L-ISE-BSE-P4' Cisco ISE Base License - Sessions 1000 to 2499 is enough?
You want to purchase an additional 2000 Base Licenses. The ordering process requires you to choose a SKU - but there is no SKU for 2000 base licences - instead of that, Cisco's CCW Ordering Tool requires you to use the SKU L-ISE-BSE-P4 and then when you place the order there will be an entry box where you can type in the exact amount you want. You will then be charged only for the amount you have purchased
Thanks for the response, trying to understand it in detail. so, let's say in case i need to have 2700 session licenses then I need to order as below?
L-ISE-BSE-PLIC= ISE Base Licence 1
L-ISE-BSE-P4 Cisco ISE Base License - Sessions 1000 to 2499 Qty- 2499
L-ISE-BSE-P1 Cisco ISE Base License - Sessions 100 to 249 Qty - 201
2499+ 201 = 2700 sessions?
If you need between 2500 and 4999 licenses, you directly choose the P5 option: