I have upgraded a spare RSP with an installed vrf license to 4.3.4 in a spare chassie. When moving this RSP to another chassie we get an error message during bootup. It is whining about the vrf license.
FeatureID: A9K-iVRF-LIC (Slot based, Permanent) Total licenses 1 Available for use 0 Allocated to location 0 Active 1 Store name Permanent Store index 1 Pool: Owner Total licenses in pool: 1 Status: Available 0 Operational: 1 Locations with licenses: (Active/Allocated) [SDR] 0/1/CPU0 (1/0) [Owner]
RMA: S/N XXXXXXX: 1 licenses will expire in 90 days
What is this RMA license expire thing, and how do one get rid of it? Should i reinstall the vrf-license in the new chassie?
There still seems to be some problem, becouse 'sh license udi' reports the S/N of my spare chassis and not my running chassie. So i cannot remove the license and i am not allowed to add the original license (the one with the right S/N) becouse the RSP still believe in the old chassis S/N.
While trying to remove;
Error: 'License Manager' detected the 'warning' condition 'There were still some other licenses active'.
While trying to add the correct one;
Error: 'License Manager' detected the 'warning' condition 'Database and chassis UDI information do not match'.
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