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Carlos A. Silva
Participant

[cgse+] adding a NAT license

Hi, all:

 

When configuring a NAT license for a CGSE+, what is the correct way of configuring the license in admin mode (for example a CGSE+ with an FP140 in slot2 in a CRS)?

 

license XC-XLAT-ANY-10M

(type permanent?)

location 0/2/CPU0

 

or

 

license XC-XLAT-ANY-10M

(type permanent?)

location 0/2/0

 

thanks,

c.

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osman
Cisco Employee

The correct format is "license <license PID> location <R/S/I>"

You may type a "?" to see the list of available slots where the license may be applied.

The CLI is also listed within the System Management Configuration Guide(s) on CCO.

You may also review the list of supported CLI options here:

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/routers/crs/software/crs_r4-0/system_management/command/reference/yr40crs_chapter14.html

cli will allow me to assign it to any slot:

 

(admin-config)#license XC-XLAT-ANY-10M location ?
  WORD  Fully qualified location specification
  all   all locations

 

 

my question was more along the lines of whether it should be assigned to what i believe is the FP (0/2/CPU0) or the cgse+ (0/2/0).

Hi Carlos

It would be 0/2/CPU0

 

Please let me know if you see any issues.

 

thanks, pretty sure the router takes both, just curious which is the appropriate way.

 

btw, a two-part followup:

- have you ever configured a second license to the same slot?

- what if you have two cgse with one license each, just configure both slots under the license name?

Carlos

Apologies for the delayed response.

Please review the following doc. Although its for ASR9k, the license infrastructure is the same.

http://www.cisco.com/web/Cisco_IOS_XR_Software/pdf/ASR9000_SWE_User_whitepaper.pdf