Cisco Data Center Network Manager Licensing

Overview

Cisco Data Center Network Manager (Cisco DCNM) is a multi-domain manager for NX-OS capable platforms that helps provision, monitor, manage, and maintain NX-OS based data center deployments. Cisco DCNM supports SAN fabrics, LAN fabrics, IP for media controller and traditional LAN deployments.

Each device managed by Cisco DCNM needs a license key, which provides a Right to Manage (RTM) for a given switch. The license key, or a pack of licenses, may be installed in the Cisco DCNM server (for LAN or SAN function) or on the switch (only for SAN function). Further, the Nexus Essentials or Nexus Advantage licenses for Cisco Nexus switches also provide that RTM for a given switch on which they are installed.

From Release 11.1(1), DCNM supports the Cisco Smart License hosting of DCNM Licenses. After enabling smart licensing in DCNM, you can request a DCNM license from the CSSM server.

From Release 11.2(1), DCNM also provides a license-hosting platform for the Network Insights applications, like Network Insights for Resources (NIR) and Network Insights Advisor (NIA). It validates the license entitlements on behalf of these applications.

The Cisco DCNM server requires a perpetual license for each instance of the DCNM server (for example, DCNM-SVR-11-K9).

The licensing workflow is as follows:

  • DCNM server-based license keys supply a license ID that uniquely identifies the server hosting the DCNM application.

  • DCNM server-based license keys are created in such a way that they include this License ID.

  • DCNM receives back the license keys and applies them to the installation, thereby permitting the use of additional features packaged in the DCNM software.

  • DCNM switch-based licenses keys (SAN only) must be created with a license ID that is the switch HostID.

  • The Nexus Essentials and Advantage Licenses supply an implicit RTM license that is tied to the switch's HostID. DCNM must be able to detect those licenses by querying the switch.

Introduction

Cisco DCNM Licensed Devices

For DCNM server-based licenses, the DCNM keeps a pool of licenses that are assigned to the discovered switches. The DCNM licensed devices feature allows you to select which physical devices you can manage. You assign a license instance to one of the discovered switches.

For switch-based licenses (SAN, Nexus Essentials, or Nexus Advantage), the DCNM indicates that the device is managed because DCNM recognizes that the device carries an RTM license.

You can add as many devices to licenses as your licenses support. For example, if you install two LAN Enterprise licenses that each support 5 devices of a given type of device, you can add a total of 10 devices to the list of licensed devices.

You can also remove devices from the list of licensed devices and replace them with other devices.

The license costs for DCNM native PIDs, which are not NXOS Essentials or Advantage, are determined by the switch platform type and by the number of units within each platform. The advanced feature licenses are available for the following switch platforms: Cisco Nexus 7000, Nexus 7700, Nexus 9200, Nexus 9300, Nexus 9500, Nexus 5000, Nexus 3000, MDS 9100, MDS 9200, MDS 9300, MDS 9500, and MDS 9700 Series switches. Each platform has an individual price that is based on whether it is a LAN versus SAN switch and modular versus a fixed chassis. The advanced features for Cisco Nexus 1000V series switches are part of the image at no cost. In addition, Cisco DCNM has a many features that are enabled for free as part of the image. The features are split between SAN and LAN platforms (hardware support and Cisco NX-OS features) and application-specific features such as VMware path analytics [vCenter integration], performance trending, event forwarding, and so on.

If you have purchased the Cisco DCNM server-based advanced feature license for any Cisco Nexus or Cisco MDS switches, that license stays valid for the lifetime of the platform at Cisco. For example, if you replace an older switch with a new generation switch of the same platform (that is, MDS 9506 with MDS 9513) the license can be reassigned.

Cisco DCNM also supports older Fabric Manager (FM) licenses (SAN only) that have been installed on the switch. These licenses provide high availability (HA) with up to ten management servers that manage a single fabric in parallel. However, Fabric Manager licenses are only valid for the lifetime of the switch inside the data center and expire when the switch is decommissioned from the data center. You can still order switch-based licenses as spares if you prefer the HA capability.

Services contract SKUs (CON-SAU) are required for Cisco TAC support for upgrades from one version of Cisco DCNM to another.

From Cisco DCNM, Release 11.3(1), the trial period is extended to 60 days and the number of licenses is 50. However, the trial period remains 30 and the number of licenses remains 500 for inline upgrades.

Choose Administration > Manage Licensing > DCNM from Cisco DCNM home page to view the licensing features. After the trial period, expired licenses go into the honor mode. See the Feature History for Licensing Features in DCNM Web UI section for the feature history of licensing features in DCNM Web UI.

In releases earlier than Cisco DCNM, Release 11.3(1), if you try to use a Cisco DCNM licensed feature to configure a device that you have not added to the list of licensed devices, the Cisco DCNM client does not allow you to use the feature to configure the unlicensed device.

Releases earlier than Cisco DCNM, Release 11.3(1) are packaged with a time-based default evaluation license upon installation. An Advanced Feature Trial License exists on the server after the initial installation. On the Cisco DCNM Web Client, a license filename with text of 30DayTrialLicense is added in Administration > DCNM Server > License window. After 30 days of trial, click Assign All or Unassign All to change all the license from evaluation license to permanent licenses.

The 30DayTrialLicense provides 500 SAN and 500 LAN advanced feature licenses without having to download or install a single file. This license will work for any licensable switch and expires after 30 days. If you are using server-based licenses, you must use the MAC address of the DCNM server to fetch an evaluation license or a permanent license from www.cisco.com. Switch-based permanent licenses for Cisco MDS 9000 Series Switches need the serial number of the chassis instead.

If you want to evaluate Cisco DCNM in your own environment, use the advanced licenses available for 30 days. You can extend the evaluation period by another 60 days if necessary. A demo license is limited to 20 units per platform. Go to www.cisco.com/go/licensing to obtain the demo or evaluation licenses.

Guidelines and Limitations for Administering DCNM Licensed Devices

Administering DCNM Licensed Devices has the following configuration guidelines and limitations:

  • You can add only managed devices to the list of licensed devices.

  • You can add to the list of licensed devices only as many devices as permitted by all of the advanced feature licenses that you have installed or that are recognized in the switch.

  • When you remove a device from the list of licensed devices, the device becomes unlicensed.


    Note

    A device will not be deleted from inventory based on a license action.


    If the physical device supports virtual device context (VDCs), all the VDCs on the device are removed from Cisco DCNM. To continue managing the device, you must discover the device.

License Tokens and Examples

Cisco DCNM Licensing can be server-based green token or switch-based blue token. Tokens are also called as product identifiers (PIDs).

  • Server-based token: Tokens are generic for a given product family. For example, DCNM-LAN-N5K-K9= is a server-based token for Nexus 5000 Series Switches. The server manages any device it finds for that series of switches. All licenses are tied to the MAC address of the server.

  • Switch-based token: Tokens are specific to the managed switch. For example, DCNM-SAN-M92X-K9= is a switch-based token for Cisco MDS 9200 Switches. The token is tied to the host ID of the switch, for example, JAE1842025J. “X” in the token indicates a switch-based license token. This type of token is used for storage functionality and not for LAN functionality. The NXOS Essentials or Advantage licenses are effectively switch-based tokens that enable DCNM.

You can get a license in the following two ways:

  • Purchase with switch

    • Get the NXOS Essentials or Advantage license or the NXOS/ACI combined Essentials, Advantage or Premier license subscription with the switch. This package gives you the RTM with DCNM.

    • Get the software bundle as part of the switch, like N77-C7710-SBUN-P1.

    • Get the Cisco DCNM native license, like DCNM-LAN-N93-K9, as part of the switch purchase.

  • A La Carte or spare License

    • Purchase an A La Carte Nexus Essentials or Advantage or Nexus/ACI combined Essentials, Advantage, Premier subscription license.

    • Purchase an A La Carte Software Bundle.

    • Purchase a Server-based license. For example: L-DCNM-N5K-K9=

    • Purchase a Switch-based license. For example: L-DCNM-S-M97XK9=

Following table displays the various license examples:

Table 1. License Examples

PID/License

Class

Description

Type

DCNM-SVR-11-K9

DCNM

Server PID for 0$ SKU Purchase

Implicit License, no license file necessary

DCNM-SVR-11-K9=

DCNM

Server PID for 0$ SKU Purchase

Implicit License, no license file necessary

Note 

Only one DCNM-SVR-11-K9= license is required for each HA cluster, regardless of the number of compute nodes.

DCNM-LAN-N5K-K9

N5000

DCNM LAN Adv Features for Nexus 5000

Server-Based

DCNM-LS-N5K-K9=

N5000

DCNM LAN+SAN Adv Features for Nexus 5000

Server-Based

L-DCNM-LS-N5K-K9=

N5000

DCNM LAN+SAN Adv Features for Nexus 5000 eDelivery

Server-Based

L-DCNM-S-N5KXK9=

N5000

DCNM SAN Adv Features for Nexus 5000 Switch-Based eDelivery

Switch-Based

L-DCNM-S-N7K-K9=

N7000

DCNM SAN Adv Features License for Nexus 7000 eDelivery

Server-Based

N77-SBUN-P2=

N7000

Includes LAN, VDC, EL2, TRS & DCNM LAN Licenses - Promotion includes DCNM-L-N77-K9-SBUN Server-License

Server-Based

DCNM-LAN-N77-K9

N7000

DCNM LAN Adv Features License for Nexus 7700 Server-Based

Server-Based

DCNM-LAN-N95-K9

N9500

DCNM LAN Adv Features License for Nexus 9500 Server-Based

Server-Based

DCNM-SAN-M91-K9

MDS9000

DCNM for SAN Adv. License for MDS 9100 Server-Based DCNM for SAN Adv. License for MDS 9100 Server-Based

Server-Based

DCNM-S-M91XK9

MDS9000

DCNM SAN Adv Features for MDS 9100 Switch-based

Switch-Based

L-DCNM-S-M91-K9=

MDS9000

DCNM SAN License for MDS 9100

Server-Based (eDelivery; Spare)

DCNM-SAN-M92-K9

MDS9000

DCNM for SAN Adv. License for MDS 9200 Server-Based DCNM for SAN Adv. License for MDS 9200 Server-Based

Server-Based

DCNM-S-M92XK9

MDS9000

DCNM SAN Adv Features for MDS 9200 Switch-based

Switch-Based

L-DCNM-S-M92-K9=

MDS9000

DCNM SAN License for MDS 9200

Server-Based (eDelivery; Spare)

DCNM-SAN-M93-K9

MDS9000

DCNM for SAN Adv. License for MDS 9300 Server-Based DCNM for SAN Adv. License for MDS 9300 Server-Based

Server-Based

DCNM-S-M93X-K9

MDS9000

DCNM SAN Adv. Feat. for MDS 9300 Switch-based

Switch-Based

L-DCNM-S-M93-K9=

MDS9000

DCNM SAN License for MDS 9300

Server-Based (eDelivery; Spare)

DCNM-SAN-M97-K9

MDS9000

DCNM for SAN Adv. License for MDS 9700 Server-Based DCNM for SAN Adv. License for MDS 9700 Server-Based

Server-Based

DCNM-S-M97XK9

MDS9000

DCNM SAN Adv. Feat. For MDS 9700 Switch-based

Switch-Based

L-DCNM-S-M97-K9=

MDS9000

DCNM SAN License for MDS 9700

Server-Based (eDelivery; Spare)

The following table lists the NIR/NIA licenses. They support the Smart License feature.

Table 2. Network Insights Application Add-On Subscription Licenses

PID/License

Description

NIA-FXD-3Y

Network Insights Advisor for fixed, APIC or DCNM, 3Y

NIA-FXD-5Y

Network Insights Advisor for fixed, APIC or DCNM, 5Y

NIA-M4-3Y

Network Insights Advisor for Modular M4, APIC or DCNM, 3Y

NIA-M4-5Y

Network Insights Advisor for Modular M4, APIC or DCNM, 5Y

NIA-M8-16-3Y

Network Insights Advisor for M8 to M16, APIC or DCNM, 3Y

NIA-M8-16-5Y

Network Insights Advisor for M8 to M16, APIC or DCNM, 5Y

NIR-FXD-3Y

Network Insights Resources for fixed, APIC or DCNM, 3Y

NIR-FXD-5Y

Network Insights Resources for fixed, APIC or DCNM, 5Y

NIR-M4-3Y

Network Insights Resources Modular M4, APIC or DCNM, 3Y

NIR-M4-5Y

Network Insights Resources Modular M4 for APIC or DCNM, 5Y

NIR-M8-16-3Y

Network Insights Resources for M8 to M16, APIC or DCNM, 3Y

NIR-M8-16-5Y

Network Insights Resources for M8 to M16, APIC or DCNM, 5Y


Note

These licenses only apply to Network Insights applications. If you purchase the NXOS/ACI Premier License, you do not need these A La Carte licenses.


See Cisco Data Center Network Manager 11 Data Sheet for more information.

Licensing Terminology

The following terms are used in the Licensing Guide:

  • Advanced license: License that unlocks advanced features of Cisco DCNM.

  • Chassis serial number: The switch serial number that is used to claim a fabric manager license by providing a valid Product Authorization Key (PAK). This serial number is the same as the Host ID of the switch.

  • Eval: The duration of support for a product or a feature.

  • Evaluation license: License that is time-bound and valid for 30 days for every 20 units of the specified platform.

  • Host IDs: MAC address of the Cisco DCNM server used to claim a license by providing a valid PAK or the Host ID of the switch for a switch-based license.

  • License enforcement: Mechanism that prevents a feature from being used without first obtaining a license.

  • License key file: Device-specific unique file that specifies the licensed features. Each file contains digital signatures to prevent tampering and modification. License keys are required to use a licensed feature. License keys are enforced within a specified time span. You can download license keys directly from the Cisco website and send it as an email attachment.

  • Licensed application: A software feature that requires a license to be used.

  • Licensed feature: Permission to use a particular feature through a license file, a hardware object, or a legal contract. This permission is limited to the number of users, number of instances, time span, and the implemented switch.

  • Node-locked license: License that can only be used on a particular switch that uses the unique host ID of the switch.

  • Permanent license: License that is not time-bound.

  • Product Authorization Key (PAK): The feature that allows you to obtain a license key from one of the sites that are listed in the proof of purchase document. After registering at the specified website, you will receive your license key file and installation instructions through an email.

  • Product identifier (PID): The product ID that provides information about the product like the name, product number, and so on.

  • Proof of purchase: A document that entitles its rightful owner to use licensed features on a Cisco MDS switch as described in that document. This document is also known as the claim certificate.

  • Server-based license: Cisco DCNM license that is tied down to the host ID of the management or database server. It is located on the management server or the license pool.

  • Switch-embedded license: Fabric manager license that is installed on the switch supervisor enabling FM_package associated with a switch serial number.

  • Support: If you purchase Cisco support through a Cisco reseller, contact the reseller directly. If you purchase support directly from Cisco, contact Cisco Technical Support at this URL: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/support/tsd_cisco_worldwide_contacts.html

  • Term: The duration of a license.

  • Unlicensed features: Features that come at no cost as part of the product install. These features are unlocked.


Note

The Cisco DCNM installer supports only US English. Installing a license for any locale other than US English results in an error.


Licensing Features in Cisco DCNM Web UI

Viewing Licenses Using Cisco DCNM Web UI

You can view the existing Cisco DCNM licenses. From the Cisco DCNM Web UI homepage, choose Administration > Manage Licensing > DCNM.


Note

For releases earlier than Cisco DCNM, Release 11.3(1), choose Administration > DCNM Server > License from Cisco DCNM home page.


Table 3. Cisco DCNM Server License Files

Field

Description

File Name

Name of the license file.

Feature

Describes the feature name specified in the license file. The following values are supported:

  • DCNM-LAN

  • DCNM-SAN

  • DCNM-SAN-LAN

PID

Describes the product ID found in the vendor string of the license file. For example, DCNM-N7K-K0 is an advanced feature license for Cisco Nexus 7000 series switches.

SAN (Free/Total)

Lists the number of SAN licenses used and that are available.

The total number of licenses for new installations are 50 in Cisco DCNM, Release 11.3(1) and 500 for releases earlier than Cisco DCNM, Release 11.3(1). However, the total number of licenses remains 500 for inline upgrade from earlier releases to Cisco DCNM, Release 11.3(1).

LAN (Free/Total)

Lists the number of LAN licenses used and that are available.

The total number of licenses for new installations are 50 in Cisco DCNM, Release 11.3(1) and 500 for releases earlier than Cisco DCNM, Release 11.3(1). However, the total number of licenses remains 500 for inline upgrade from earlier releases to Cisco DCNM, Release 11.3(1).

Eval Expiration

Displays the expiry date of the license.

Note 
Text in the evaluation expiration field is in Red for licenses that expires in seven days.

Feature History for Licensing Features in DCNM Web UI

The following table shows the feature history of the licensing features in DCNM Web UI.

Release

Feature History

Cisco DCNM, Release 11.3(1)

  • Application License: Support added to manage licenses for applications.

  • Bulk Install: Support added to upload multiple licenses at a single instance and manage file-based licenses installed on the switches.

  • Honor License Mode: Support added to use licensed features even after the license expires. Switches remain in honor mode until the switch is licensed again or you manually remove the license.

  • Number of licenses: Changed from 500 to 50. However, the number of licenses remains 500 for inline upgrades.

  • Trial period: Changed from 30 days to 60 days. However, the trial period remains 30 for inline upgrades.

Cisco DCNM, Release 11.1(1)

Smart License: Support added to manage the licenses at device-level and renew them if required

The following table provides the navigation paths to the licensing features in Cisco DCNM Web UI.

DCNM Release

Supported Deployments

DCNM Web UI Navigation Path

1

Cisco DCNM, Release 11.3(1)

Classic LAN

Manage Licensing

You can view the existing DCNM licenses, switch licenses, and application licenses in the Cisco DCNM Web UI. Choose Administration > Manage Licensing.

The Manage Licensing menu includes the following submenus:

  • DCNM

    • License Assignments

    • Smart License

    • Server License Files

  • Switch Features

    • Bulk Install

  • Applications

    • Application Licenses

    • Application License Files

Note 

The application licensing is supported on Cisco DCNM OVA and ISO installations only.

LAN Fabric

Media Controller

SAN Management

Cisco DCNM, Release 11.2(1)

Classic LAN

Managing Licenses

You can view the existing Cisco DCNM licenses in the Cisco DCNM Web UI. Choose Administration > DCNM Server > License.

You can view and assign licenses in the following tabs:

  • License Assignments

  • Smart License

  • Server License Files

LAN Fabric

Media Controller

SAN Management

Cisco DCNM, Release 11.1(1)

Classic LAN

Managing Licenses

You can view the existing Cisco DCNM licenses in the Cisco DCNM Web UI. Choose Administration > DCNM Server > License.

You can view and assign licenses in the following tabs:

  • License Assignments

  • Smart License

  • Server License Files

LAN Fabric

Media Controller

SAN Management

Cisco DCNM, Release 11.0(1)

Classic LAN

Managing Licenses

You can view the existing Cisco DCNM licenses in the Cisco DCNM Web UI. Choose Administration > DCNM Server > License.

You can view and assign licenses in the following tabs:

  • License Assignments

  • Server License Files

LAN Fabric

Media Controller

SAN Management

Cisco DCNM Features Licensing

Cisco DCNM-LAN Features

This section includes free and licensed DCNM-LAN features. The features for which no license is required are also listed out.

LAN Feature Licenses

The following table displays the Cisco DCNM-LAN features that are free and licensed.

Table 4. LAN Fabric Features

Feature

DCNM Unlicensed Mode

DCNM with Advanced Feature Licenses

Dashboard

Yes

Yes

Performance Monitoring

Yes

Health Score

Yes

Topology

Yes

Yes

Topology-Health

Yes

Port Capacity

Yes

Discovery and Inventory

Yes

Yes

Alarms

Yes

Yes

Reports

Yes

Yes

Image Upgrade (ISSU)

Yes

Yes

Fabric Builder

Yes

VMM Discovery

Yes

Yes

Table 5. Classic LAN Features

Feature

DCNM Unlicensed Mode

DCNM with Advanced Feature Licenses

Dashboard

Yes

Yes

Performance Monitoring

Yes

Health Score

Yes

Topology

Yes

Yes

Topology-Health

Yes

Port Capacity

Yes

Discovery and Inventory

Yes

Yes

Alarms

Yes

Yes

Reports

Yes

Yes

Image Upgrade

ISSU

RPM

SMU

Yes

Templates

Yes

Yes

vPC

Yes

VMM Discovery

Yes

Yes

Configure, Backup, and Restore

Yes

Cisco DCNM-SAN Features

This section includes free and licensed DCNM-SAN features, and the SAN Client features that work with licensed fabric. The features for which no license is required are also listed out.

SAN Feature Licenses

The following table displays the Cisco DCNM-SAN features that are free and licensed.


Note

Cisco DCNM requires licenses only for MDS 9100, MDS 9200, MDS 9300, MDS 9500, MDS 9700 Series switches, Cisco Nexus 7000, 7700, 9200, 9300, 9500, 5000, and 3000 series switches and do not require licenses for Cisco Nexus 1000v series switches.


Table 6. Cisco DCNM-SAN Features

Feature

DCNM Unlicensed Mode

DCNM with Advanced Feature licenses installed

FC/FCoE/FICON/iSCSI Topology View

Yes

Yes

Fabric, Device, and Summary Views

Yes

Yes

Port, Switch, and fabric-level configuration

Yes

Yes

Event and security management

Yes

Yes

Configuration analysis tools

Yes

Yes

Network diagnostic and troubleshooting tools

Yes

Yes

Real-time performance monitoring

Yes

Yes

One command multi-switch CLI access

Yes

Yes

Device Manager

Yes

Yes

Template based provisioning

Yes

Yes

Gold Diagnostics

Yes

Yes

Heterogeneous storage array discovery

Yes

Scale-out federation architecture

Yes

SAN Host Path Redundancy Analysis

Yes

Automatic fabric failover

Yes

VMware vCenter Plug-in

Yes

Multiple fabric management

Yes

Centralized management server with discovery

Yes

Continuous health and event monitoring

Yes

Historical performance monitoring and reporting

Yes

Event forwarding

Yes

DCNM proxy services

Yes

Configuration backup, archive, and compare

Yes

Roaming user profiles

Yes

Vmpath analytics (VMware discovery)

Yes

Domain Dashboards

Yes

Capacity Manager

Yes

Event Snooze

Yes

Reporting

Yes

San Insights

Yes

Advanced SAN Feature Licenses

The following table displays the Cisco DCNM-SAN advanced features that are free and licensed.

Table 7. Cisco DCNM-SAN Advanced Features

Feature

Only works with licensed fabric (at least one switch licensed on the fabric)

Licensed Switch (applies to each switch individually)

Every Fabric Licensed (at least one switch in every fabric)

Vmpath Analytics (VMware discovery)

Yes

Storage Array discovery via SMI-S

Yes

SMI-S APIs -Northbound

Yes

Performance Monitoring (dashboards, views and reports)

Yes

Backup Configuration

Yes

Event Forwarding

Yes

Port Capacity Manager

Yes

Automatic Fabric Failover (requires federation)

Yes

SAN Host Path Redundancy

Yes

Health Score

SME

Yes

Slowdrain Analysis

Yes

SAN Insights

Yes

Cisco DCNM-SAN Client with Licensed Fabric

The following table displays the Cisco DCNM-SAN Client features that work with licensed fabric with a minimum of one licensed switch on the fabric.

Table 8. Cisco DCNM-SAN Client Features

Feature

Licensed Fabric

Unlicensed Fabric

Multiple client open sessions

Y

N

Multiple fabric open

Y

N

Remote client session

Y

N

Show Path

Y

N

Single fabric opened locally to DCNM server, as only client session

Y

Y

IOA

Y

N

Wizards

Y

Y

Base Unlicensed Feature

The following are the features for which no license is required.

  • SAN and LAN discovery.

  • Event Registration (traps/syslogs/accounting/threshold).

  • Event Registration (traps/syslogs/accounting/threshold).

  • Web Services (SOAP XML API).

  • Federation (upto 10 DCNM servers).

  • EMC Callhome.

Restrictions on Opening an Unlicensed Fabric

The following are a few restrictions with respect to opening an unlicensed fabric. Opening a fabric from remote SAN client requires Cisco DCNM Advanced License.

  • If you are using a remote Cisco DCNM SAN client, you will not be able to open any unlicensed fabric. The fabric needs to be licensed, and therefore the Cisco DCNM Essential license will not work.

  • If you are trying to open an unlicensed fabric from SAN client running on the Cisco DCNM server, you will be able to open only one unlicensed fabric at a time.

  • If one instance is opened from a local SAN client, you can not open another instance of an unlicensed fabric.

Smart Licensing

Switches Supporting Smart License

The following switches support Smart License feature from Cisco DCNM, Release 11.1(1).

PID/License

Class

Description

DCNM-SAN-M91-K9

MDS 9100

DCNM for SAN License for MDS 9100

DCNM-SAN-M92-K9

MDS 9200

DCNM for SAN License for MDS 9200

DCNM-SAN-M93-K9

MDS 9300

DCNM SAN Adv. Feat. for MDS 9300

DCNM-SAN-M95-K9

MDS 9500

DCNM for SAN License for MDS 9500

DCNM-SAN-M97-K9

MDS 9700

DCNM for SAN License for MDS 9700

DCNM-SAN-N5K-K9

Nexus 5000

DCNM for SAN License for Nexus 5000

DCNM-SAN-N92-K9

Nexus 9200

DCNM SAN Adv Features for Nexus 9200

DCNM-SAN-N93-K9

Nexus 9300

DCNM SAN Adv Features for Nexus 9300

DCNM-SAN-N95-K9

Nexus 9500

DCNM SAN Adv Features for Nexus 9500

DCNM-LAN-N3K-K9

Nexus 3000

DCNM for LAN Advanced Edt. for Nexus 3000

DCNM-LAN-N5K-K9

Nexus 5000

DCNM for LAN Advanced Edt. for Nexus 5000

DCNM-N7K-K9

Nexus 7000

DCNM for LAN Enterprise License for one Nexus 7000 Chassis

DCNM-LS-N77-K9

Nexus 7700

DCNM for SAN and LAN Advanced Edt. for Nexus 7700 chassis

DCNM-LAN-N92-K9

Nexus 9200

DCNM for LAN Advanced Edt. for Nexus 9200 switches

DCNM-LAN-N93-K9

Nexus 9300

DCNM for LAN Advanced Edt. for Nexus 9300 switches

DCNM-LAN-N95-K9

Nexus 9500

DCNM for LAN Advanced Edt. for Nexus 9500 switches

DCNM-LAN-N77-K9

Nexus 7700

DCNM for LAN Advanced Edt. for Nexus 7700 Chassis