I have a CISCO2901/K9 running IOS version 15.1(4)M1. Below is the show license detail for the cme-srst feature and the license state doesnt change to Active even if I have accepted the EULA as per this document. Router log shows that EULA has been accepted but still showing the same output. I have another router with the same hardware and software and didnt have this problem. Could this be a bug on this IOS? or is there a way to activate the cme-srst license?
Index: 5 Feature: cme-srst Version: 1.0
License Type: EvalRightToUse
License State: Not in Use, EULA not accepted
Evaluation total period: 8 weeks 4 days
Evaluation period left: 8 weeks 4 days
Period used: 0 minute 0 second
License Count: 0/0 (In-use/Violation)
License Priority: None
Store Index: 7
Store Name: Built-In License Storage
------------------ show license feature ------------------
Feature name Enforcement Evaluation Subscription Enabled RightToUse
ipbasek9 no no no yes no
securityk9 yes yes no no yes
uck9 yes yes no yes yes
datak9 yes yes no no yes
gatekeeper yes yes no no yes
SSL_VPN yes yes no no yes
ios-ips-update yes yes yes no yes
SNASw yes yes no no yes
hseck9 yes no no no no
cme-srst yes yes no no yes
WAAS_Express yes yes no no yes
UCVideo yes yes no no yes
Can you look at post
Your license will change after the evaluation period has expired automatically
Had checked those and the first step for the eval period to start ticking is to accept the EULA. We have done that but we are still seeing that the EULA hasnt been accepted. Will try to reload the router - as suggested by Paolo (thought not in the documentation and we didnt have to on the other router) and see if it makes any difference.
Though that was not on the documentation in activating the feature, we will try to reload it and see if it makes any difference.
Just looking at your IOS version is it possible you are seeing
this new behavior?
Note Starting with Cisco IOS Releases 15.0(1)M6, 15.1(1)T4, 15.1(2)T4, 15.1(3)T2, and 15.1(4)M, Evaluation licenses are replaced with Evaluation Right To Use licenses. Evaluation Right to Use licenses automatically become Right to Use licenses after the initial evaluation period. Follow the steps detailed in this section to activate an Evaluation Right to Use license.
To activate an evaluation license in the Cisco 3900 series, 2900 series, and 1900 series routers, perform the steps detailed in this section. Evaluation licenses are activated using the license boot module module-name technology-package package-name command.
2. configure terminal
3. license boot module module-name technology-package package-name
Command or Action
Enables privileged EXEC mode.
•Enter your password if prompted.
Enters global configuration mode.
license boot module module-name technology-package package-name
Router(config)#license boot module c3900 technology-package securityk9
Enables the evaluation license.
Use the ? command with the module command to see the module name for your router, and with the technology-package command to see the software packages and features supported on your router.
Exits global configuration mode.
Reloads the router. A reload is required to activate the software package.
From the doc you linked.
I have seen that documentation and CME-SRST will be in the UC technology package right? This is the output of the technology package license info on the device and there it shows that uc is already permanent and by just accepting the EULA, the evaluation license will kick in and becomes a permanent one after that. But we are not seeing that. However, we will try to reload the router to see if it makes it any difference.
Technology Package License Information for Module:'c2900'
Technology Technology-package Technology-package
Current Type Next reboot
ipbase ipbasek9 Permanent ipbasek9
security None None None
uc uck9 Permanent uck9
data None None None
Were you able to fix this?
I've a client who upgraded Cisco 3845 to 15.1(4) M2 and SRST works fine without accepting EULA or disabling new Toll Fraud prevention feature but stopped working on 3945 when upgraded to same IOS version.
The 3800 is an ISRG1 type router. The license does not affect these on Ver 15.
The 3900 an ISRG2 it requires the the license & EULA agrrement
Cool, I was checking the following document which said EULA is required on both ISRs i.e. G1 and G2 but thanks for clarifying.
I'll give it a shot.