The Cisco IOS universal image contains all packages and features in one image. You can access the required functionality based on the license installed on your router.
Software Claim Certificate and License Activation
Software Claim Certificates are used for licenses that require software activation. The claim certificate provides the Product Activation Key (PAK) for your license and important information regarding the Cisco End User License Agreement (EULA).
In most cases, Cisco or your Cisco partner will have already activated the licenses ordered at the time of purchase and no Software Claim Certificate is provided. You can determine the licenses activated on your system by issuing the show license feature command on the router command-line interface (CLI) or with a Cisco management application such as Cisco Configuration Professional (Cisco CP).
Right to Use Notification
When you order a license from Cisco, you will receive a Right to Use Notification. You may begin using the licensed features upon receipt of the Right to Use Notification. Keep the Right to Use Notification for your records as proof of your license purchase.
Universal Device Identifier
The universal device identifier (UDI) has two main components: the product ID (PID) and the serial number (SN). For routers that use field-replaceable unit (FRU) motherboards, you use the motherboard PID and SN. All other platforms use the chassis PID and SN.
You can find the PID and SN printed on a label located on the back of most Cisco hardware devices or on a label tray visible on the front panel of field-replaceable motherboards. See your router’s Hardware Installation Guide or Read Me First to see the location of the label.
Tip The Cisco Product Identification (CPI) tool provides detailed illustrations and descriptions showing where to locate serial number labels on Cisco products. The Cisco Product Identification tool can be accessed at http://tools.cisco.com/Support/CPI/index.do.
1.Supported only on the universalk9-mz image, which can be extracted from the bundle image.
When you order a new router, it ships with the software image and the corresponding permanent licenses for the packages and features that you specified, preinstalled. You do not need to activate or register the software before use.
The following prerequisites apply only if you are upgrading or installing a new Cisco IOS software license on a CGR 1000:
Purchase the software package or feature that you want to install. You will receive a product activation key (PAK) with your purchase.
If you do not have a cisco.com username and password, get your username and password by registering at Cisco.com.
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Activating an Evaluation Right To Use License
You can activate an Evaluation Right to Use license on the router.
Note Evaluation Right To Use licenses are preinstalled on CGR 1000. Evaluation Right to Use licenses automatically become Right to Use licenses after the initial evaluation period. Follow the steps detailed in this section to activate an Evaluation Right to Use license.
Router(config)# no license boot module cgr1000 technology securityk9 disable
Router# show version
Configuring the EULA
To activate a Right to Use license, you must activate the End User License Agreement (EULA) by entering the license accept end user agreement command to provide a one-time acceptance of the EULA for all Cisco IOS software packages and features. During the activation process, the EULA will not display and you will not be prompted to accept the EULA.
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