The 40-SMR1-C and
40-SMR2-C cards use count-based licenses that represent the number of licensed
wavelengths on the express (EXP) ports. The card has a base functionality for
the first ten circuits provisioned using the EXP ports. License is required for
provisioning any additional circuits on the EXP (Tx and Rx) ports. Permanent
licenses can be purchased in 10-port increments. A maximum of three sets of
permanent licenses, each supporting ten ports, can be installed.
The evaluation license
on the 40-SMR1-C and 40-SMR2-C cards supports full capability and hence, all
the ports can be provisioned.
The licensable PIDs
for the 40-SMR1-C and 40-SMR2-C cards are:
PIDs for the 40-SMR1-C and 40-SMR2-C cards are:
The usage of the
40-SMR1-C and 40-SMR2-C card licensing impacts the circuit provisioning in the
If the card is
used on a meshed node (of N degrees) or on a ROADM node, the licensing will
determine the number of OCH pass-through circuits that can be provisioned
crossing the EXP (Tx) ports.
If the card is
used on node where a side is defined on the EXP (Tx) port, the licensing will
determine the number of OCH pass-through or add/drop circuits that can be
provisioned on that side.
If a circuit under
base functionality is deleted, an existing circuit under temporary or
evaluation license does not get transferred to the base functionality. However,
if a new circuit is provisioned on the device, it will use the port available
under base functionality.
The 40-SMR1-C card goes to the LIC-Evaluation period without a traffic
hit under the following conditions: