Is there only 3 kinds of Licencing regarding WAAS, ( Transport, Enterprise, CM ), or there are any other kinds of licences ?
I'm aware that it exists video licencing, and other's, but this is a different kind of licences ?
And regarding Bandwith and Number Limit of connections, it is real ?
Any document will clarifing this doubt will be very appreciatted.
It should be the number of Edges the Core WAFS service can handle.
Once the Max optimized TCP connection is reached, future connections will be put into PT until the optimized connections go back down past the threshold. There should not be any dropped connections. The number of optimized connections is loosely based on the amount of memory, so that will be the determining factor in how many connections your WAE-512 can handle. Also keep in mind, a CIFS connection is also an optimized connection, so those columns are not exclusive.
Hope that helps,
In WAAS 4.0.x, you are correct, Transport(basic optimization only, no CIFS), Enterprise (Basic+CIFS) and CM.
In WAAS 4.1.x and forward, the licencing is as follows: Transport, Enterprise, Video and Virtual-Blade.
Check out the following URL for more information: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/app_ntwk_services/waas/waas/v411/configuration/guide/other.html#wpxref86729
The Transport license has not changed, very basic optimization, no advanced features.
The Enterprise license gives you most of the advanced AO feature sets (CIFS, NFS, HTTP, HTTPS, etc.) as well as the CM Device Mode.
The Video license is if you want to utilize WMT Live Stream Splitting, Microsoft requires a separate licensing agreement.
The Virtual-Blade license allow you to turn on that feature in the newer WAVE/WAE-x74 chassies.
BW and Connection # vary per hardware chassie, BW is mostly a rule of thumb and Connection # is a hard limit for optimized connections.
Hope that helps,