An Evaluation License permits analysis of your own network. The
license is limited to 500 routers and expires after 30 days. The hostname
hostid of your system are required to generate the license. Requests are
processed via email.
You should receive the activation key by e-mail.
Note: Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required fields.
Contact Information (of party requesting license)
How did you hear about NETSYS? (Mark all that apply)
Types of Routers in Network
Number of routers in network?
Number of people in company?
Manufacturing: computers, data processing
Manufacturing: Non-computer related
Government: Federal, state, municipal; including military
Computer and data processing services
Finance: Banking, insurance, real estate
Trade: Wholesale and retail
Please enter the license version for the product. The license version should have been displayed at the end of the installation process. If you do not have the version available, it may be recovered by doing the following:
cd to the netsys/bin directory and enter the command
Entering the wrong version will prevent the license from working.
Note: The version is displayed at the end of the installation. If you have a version other than those on the list please visit the Netsys Y2K page. Cisco must decline to license non Y2K compliant products.
Hostname and HostID are required to receive an evaluation license.
Note: The hostname may be obtained by entering the command hostname at the
system prompt. The hostID is NOT the IP address; it is a hexidecimal string that
identifies the system. On a Sun platform enter the command hostID at the
command prompt. For the AIX and HP platforms, install the software, then cd to
the Netsys directory and source cshrc.ctk if you are using /bin/csh for a shell.
For /bin/sh or /bin/ksh shells use the command . ./profile.ctk. After setting
the environment variables, enter the command lmhostid.
By submitting this form, you are acknowledging that you
have read the End-User License Agreement, of which
this Request Form is a part ("Agreement"), and that you understand it
and agree to be bound by its terms and conditions. You further agree that the Agreement is the complete and exclusive statement of the Agreement between the parties, and supersedes all proposals or prior agreements, oral or written, and all other communications between the parties relating to the subject matter of the Agreement.