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CUBE License Migration

Hi,

My customer will upgrade (replace) 2911 to 3925 due to performance consideration.

Are the existing CUBE licenses available on the new 3925 router?

Or need to purchase new cube licenses?

Regards,

Kazu

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VIP Purple

CUBE License Migration

Hi Kazu,

Since the CUBE licenses are RTU based , so u can use the existing licenses from 2911 to 3925.

Secondly,since u are changing the router due to performance consideration .Is is related to increase in sessions? If yes, then , u should pay for additional licenses.

This is what I understand.

regds,

aman

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VIP Purple

CUBE License Migration

Hi Kazu,

Since the CUBE licenses are RTU based , so u can use the existing licenses from 2911 to 3925.

Secondly,since u are changing the router due to performance consideration .Is is related to increase in sessions? If yes, then , u should pay for additional licenses.

This is what I understand.

regds,

aman

New Member

CUBE License Migration

Hi aman,

Thanks!

Yes, i will purchase additional cube licenses.

regards,

kazu

Hall of Fame Super Silver

CUBE License Migration

RTU does not mean you can transfer them, technically you will, but legally that may not be the case.  I don't know if CUBE licenses are transferable you would need to contact Cisco for that, but as an example router VXML RTU licenses are not. I would not be surprised if that is the same case with CUBE.

HTH,

Chris

New Member

This is a valid point and

This is a valid point and just because you can and/or should be able to transfer them - does not mean you legally can.  As of now all the documentation indicates that technically - licensing would need to be repurchased if using it on a new/different device - assuming no special permissions from Cisco.

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