ISE NFR kit is a preconfigured VM. How to integrate it on existing demo scenario?
Just got an ISE NFR kit.
I actually thought that this would just as any other Cisco product where you get a license that will limit your amount of registered devices.
Instead we get a preconfigured VM, tuned and tweaked to work on a corp.rf-demo domain.
The problem that I have that will lead to my question is:
- I have set up a fairly complex scenario using ISE on Evaluation license, using own lab/demo infrastructure, meaning specific DNS, AD, PKI, etc.
- from past tests I have discovered that ISE will NOT accept you changing the FQDN of the machine on the CLI, as internal variable substitution is done based on the initial setup FQDN - for instance for CWA or CPP URL redirection.
- I'd really like to simply license the scenario I already have so that it become part of our somewhat permanent demo showroom.
My questions are:
- is it possible to simply get a NFR license that you can install on a VM, and turn an Eval deployment into an NFR one? Cisco Licensing just told me that the NFR part number is non-licenseable. Does anybody have another idea?
- instead, is it possible to successfully change the FQDN name of the ISE NFR VM into whatever FQDN we need it to be, in case I do find the time to rebuild the entire configuration in this VM?
I have tried adding the NFR VM into my existing deployment as a secondary Admin node, but its license just got overriden by the eval one, as it should.
I'm assuming that if I backup the existing deployment and restore it to the NFR VM, the license will also get overriden. Can anybody confirm?
ISE NFR kit is a preconfigured VM. How to integrate it on existi
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