I have a customer that is running CiscoWorks 3.2 and they also have NCS 1.1 (upgraded from WCS 7.0). They have found that it costs way more to upgrade CiscoWorks to Cisco Prime Infrastructure than it would be to just buy licenses after they finish upgrading NCS to Cisco Prime 1.2.
The main question about Cisco Prime 1.2 is how the licensing works, we need to know if the licensing will work the same as it did for CiscoWorks where they only needed one license for a full stack of switches. They believe that Prime 1.2 will require a license for each switch in the stack, which will cause them to buy several more licenses than what they feel they can afford.
If anyone knows how the licensing works, it would be appreciated.
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