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Query Related to License

EIT_Network
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HI Friends,

 

While checking license of BIG-IP LTM and GTM. I am getting below output on GUI and CLI.

 

Output On GUI :

 

For LTM :

License Type : Production

Licensed date : Nov 10, 2017

 

And there is list of some modules under ACTIVE MODULES section.

 

 

For GTM :

License Type : Production

Licensed date : Dec 23, 2012

 

Showing Active Module :

 Global Traffic Manager Module

  STP

  GTM, DNS LB

  DNS Express

 

There are some Optional Modules in GTM GUI output as well:

which Contains, ASM, AFM, PSM, Link Controller, WAN, WOM, MSM, Routing Bundle and many more.

 

 

QUERY : What is the Licensed Date here meaning (which is 10-Nov-2017 and 23-Dec-2012) , What is the OPTIONAL MODULES means, Are License taken for this as well.

 

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OutPut On CLI (for same LTM and GTM)

 

F5-GTM

 

Licensed On       2012/12/23

Service Check Date    2017/01/31

 

Active Modules

 Global Traffic Manager Module (XXXXXXX-XXXXXXX)

  STP

  GTM, DNS LB

  DNS Express

 

 

F5-LTM

 

Licensed On       2017/11/10

Service Check Date    2018/01/06

 

Active Modules

 LTM, Base, 3600 (XXXXXXX-XXXXXXX)

  LTM, Base

  IPV6 Gateway

  Rate Shaping

  Ram Cache

  50 MBPS COMPRESSION

  Anti-Virus Checks

  Base Endpoint Security Checks

  Firewall Checks

  Network Access

  Secure Virtual Keyboard

  APM, Web Application

  Machine Certificate Checks

  Protected Workspace

  Remote Desktop

  App Tunnel

  Application Acceleration Manager, Core

 SSL, Max TPS (XXXXXXX-XXXXXXX)

 

 

  • Here in CLI i am not getting Optional Module in LTM as in GTM output.
  • What is "Licensed on" & "Service Check Date" are ? (in CLI output) , Both showing different dates

 

How to Validate, which are all Modules (for which License is purchased) are "Actively used".

 

Regards

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EIT_Network
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Kindly help and reply to understand the concept here.