Both the resource license for the U2000 software and the NE licenses for hardware devices are contained in a purchase order (PO). The numerous NE licenses in the PO make it difficult to search out the resource license fast.
In the advanced search window of the FNO system, you can enter multiple search criteria, such as the PO, product name, product version and site information. In this manner, the required license can be located accurately.
NE licenses are licenses for network hardware devices. Currently, hardware devices can control functions by using NE licenses without executing license policies. Therefore, hardware devices need not use license files. The resource license is a license for the U2000 software used to manage specific NE or port resources on the U2000. Usually, the devices at a site share a PO. If capacity expansion is performed at the site, the NE licenses and the resource license that is used to manage those devices will be combined in one PO. As a result, a PO in the FNO system contains numerous NE licenses and one resource license for managing those devices.
Step 1 At the FNO website, click the button highlighted by the red oval as shown in Figure 1-1(check the attachment Figure 1-1 Manage entitlements).
Step 2 In the dialog box that is displayed, enter multiple search criteria as shown in Figure 1-2(check the attachment Figure 1-2 Advanced search).