You will need a license for every LMS 2.5/2.6 license that you install. That is, unless you install RME, CM, DFM, IPM on different servers (not repeating either module on a second server). In that scenario you could use one license for all servers.
However, that isn't redundancy, but it does help keep the load down on a server by spreading out the apps to multiple machines.
Anytime you plan on installing either of RME, CM, DFM, or IPM more than once, you will need a new license.
As per the previous reply, a license is needed for each LMS component. Cisco does however provide a license for DR( Disaster Recovery) or backup LMS Servers. Feel free to contact Cisco regarding a license for such a server. As learnt from a previous experience with one of our customers they got the 2nd license at a reduced rate.
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