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Web-based Configuration Guide

AR650, AR1600, and AR6100 V300R003

This document describes how to configure and maintain your routers using the web platform.
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Activating a License

Activating a License


You need to activate licenses in either of the following situations:
  • Purchasing a license to obtain permissions on related functions after you purchase a new device.
  • Applying for a new license file, and upgrade and activate the license file when the license file is activated on the device and a new feature is required.


  1. Choose System Management > License Management.

    Figure 17-17  License Management

  2. Click Browse in the License Activation area and select the license file to upload.
  3. Click Activate. The current license file is activated.


    If you need to adjust a license file between devices (for example, move a license file from device A to device B) without changing the license authorization certificate or an upgraded license file is incompatible with the original one, click Revoke in the License Information area to obtain a license revocation code. Use the license revocation code to obtain a new license file, and activate the license file.

    You can view the license status, resources controlled by the license, and authorization information in the License Information area. Table 17-7 describes license parameters.

    Table 17-7  License parameters



    License Status

    not activated: default status. By default, a license is not activated after the system starts or when it is invalid.

    Normal: A commercial license enters the Normal state after it is activated.

    Trial: A license enters the Trial state when the activated ESN does not match the license or after the license expires.

    Demo: A temporary license enters the Demo state after it is activated.

    Emergency: When a license enters the Emergency state, dynamic resources on the device are free from the license controls. That is, the device runs with the maximum configurations of dynamic resources. A license can remain in Emergency state for at most seven days. After seven days, the license enters the original state.

    Control Resource

    Resources controlled by the license.

    Authorization Information

    Authorization information of the resources controlled by the license.

Updated: 2019-04-12

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