LANCOM Support Knowledgebase Document No. 1901.2511.1317.MMÜL - V1.10

LANCOM vRouter: Questions and answers to vRouter licences (FAQ)

This document describes the most frequent questions and answers to vRouter licensing.

FAQ to vRouter licences:

1. What happens when a vRouter licence expires?

After the vRouter licence expires the function range is reset to delivery condition (100 KBit/s throughput and 1 VPN tunnel).

An existing configuration won't be modified or deleted, only the function range will be limited.

2. Are vRouter licences cumulative?

vRouter licences are not cumulative. Therefore it is not possible to purchase the vRouter 50 twice, so that 20 access points can be managed.

3. How can a vRouter licence be extended?

When activating the same licence (e.g. existing vRouter 50 and vRouter 50 is activated) the license terms are added.

When activating a divergent licence (e.g. existing vRouter 50 and vRouter 250 is activated) the smaller licence expires. The licence term then matches the term of the bigger licence.

The licence extension can be initiated at any time.

4. Does the speed limitation apply only for WAN connections or also for LAN connections?

The limitation applies for all virtual Ethernet-Ports. Therefore this affects WAN as well as LAN connections.

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