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NNM Unix Licensing

Warner John Absent Member.
Absent Member.

NNM Unix Licensing

As far as I can tell, the license is tied to the host id, not the IP address as
in NT. If this is true, then I should be able to move my Sun system to a
different network and assign a different IP address with it affecting
licensing.....true ????
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Berlene Herren_ Absent Member.
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Re: NNM Unix Licensing

As of NNM 6.X, licensing is now done with the ovkey, which is tied to your IP
address. However, it is also tied to platform. In previous versions, it was
tied to the SPUID or target ID and platorm. You can migrate your license at
http://www.webware.hp.com.

Berlene