provides good examples of design and implementation guides, as used specifically in the deployment of cable and wireline video, where many components are involved -- is this the level of detail you are interested in?
It would be very helpful if you could let us know what you think of these different doc types and which of these, if any, provides the type of information you're looking for.
As you are probably aware, such documents inherently must deal with more than a single product. Generally speaking, architecture and design information is the result of thorough testing, to ensure that a variety of products and applications interwork as designed under real-world conditions. Furthermore, as high-level design information can provide competitors an advantage, much of that information is not distributed publicly.
If you can tell us specific products or deployment scenarios you are interested in, we may be able to provide more information. Also, could you please tell us what you were looking for with respect to information on "licenses"? Because such information is highly variable and deployment specific, a Cisco representative may be able to help you best.
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