Wireless License Violation

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Hi,

I have a customer that just bought an AP, and has gone over the license limit. They have bought the new license, but just in case all the paperwork doesn't finish on time, is asking what will be the behaviour of the controller after the 1 week grace period.

I have seen this information for NAC, but not for Wireless.

Thanks.
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Jordi Soler

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Posted 10 months ago

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Sam, Employee

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Hi Jordi,

As far as i'm aware once the grace period expires any number of AP's above the licensed amount will not be able to connect to the controller and the controller logs will tell you that the license capacity has been reached. 

Should you not have the new license when nearing the end of the grace period, give us a call at GTAC. 

Best regards,
Sam 
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Hi Jordi,

after 7-day grace period expires,user is not able to create or edit a VNS .

Regards

Umut Aydin
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Sam, Employee

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For clarity on the two comments above - I am referring to the AP Capacity license and Umut is referring to the Permanent License for the controller.

Best regards,
Sam 
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Jordi Soler

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Thanks Sam, this is what I was looking for.
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Doug Hyde, Technical Support Manager

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