We use Cisco ASR1000 routers in various places in our network, i.e. LNS, Ethernet aggregators, CPEs, etc.
Today, I wanted to check/view license information on the ASR1002-F router but could not find the command "show license" anywhere. I just wanted to check what license the router has, even though the license is on trust basis.
I know this is simple but cannot figure it out. Has anyone come across this problem before?
After afer furhter investigation, the conclusion is that the licensing only applies to the ASR1001 and the ASR1002X after IOS XE version 3.6s. This explains why the command "show license" doesn’t appear on the 1002-F models.
For the ASR1002-F routers, the key part is the image name, which contains the incorporated feature set e.g. IP Based.
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