What to do with Cisco Unified Border Element Enterprise Licenses?

Posted on 2016-08-25
Last Modified: 2016-09-27
Along with our Cisco 4331 ISR I received a few white cardboard envelopes marked
Unified Border Element Enterprise License - 5 sessions. When I look at the
paper inside I don't see a serial number or something that I would register.
Am I missing something? Is this just kind of honor system as to how
many calls should pass at once through the ISR? See the attached
pic. I want to obviously avoid having the ISR fail during a period
of high SIP voice traffic.
Question by:amigan_99
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Expert Comment

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Check with your reseller.  The actual license file may need to be emailed or downloaded.  The CD and paperwork may for proof of purchase or a requirement that Cisco distribute the warranty info because it contains safety info.

Author Comment

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Is there a way to view on the router how many SIP sessions/call legs can be processed at a time ?
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The max number of possible calls is based on the number of lines you've subscribed from your telco.   The router usually does not see a max call count.

Author Closing Comment

ID: 41819201
OK Thank you.

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