Does someone knows about the Cisco licensing lead time? I am about to purchase Cisco Prime Infrastructure licenses with e-Delivery. But Cisco told me there is 2-3 weeks lead time for it, while it is e-delivery. So could you guys let me know Cisco license issuing process and why I have to wait some time for e-delivery licenses.
I am surprised that there would be 2 or 3 week lead time for electronic licenses. My understanding of the process is that you submit the order, Cisco processes the order and does the entitlement process and generates Product Activation Keys, you use the PAK with the on line licensing application, which generally is pretty quick to send you the electronic license information. But if they are telling you wait time of 2 or 3 weeks then there must be some reason for it. Perhaps you can ask your Cisco contact for more explanation of the wait time?
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