I'm trying to transfer a IDSM2-License via License Manager to a newer IDSM2 but it won't work. In the transfer menu the manager doesn't offer any module but they are shown as reachable. Can anybody help?
When a customer wants to transfer a license from one system to another. Using a command-line interface (CLI), the user can connect to the original device to revoke its license and specify the UDI - the Cisco identifier that contains product ID, serial number and version information of the target device. The original device contacts the Cisco license portal and requests rehosting permission. When granted, the user connects to the new unit and instructs it to collect the new license, which it does and automatically installs it. Using Cisco License Manager, the user can simply select the source and destination devices from a GUI wizard and the process is automated.
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