Removing SRC License Allocated for a Virtual Router (SRC CLI)
Remove the license allocated for a virtual router to prevent licenses from getting completely used up.
When the licenses allocated for existing virtual routers become inactive, it results in preventing new service sessions being created for another virtual router due to exhaustion of licenses. Use the request sae license remove-allocated virtual-router virtual-router-name command to remove licenses for an inactive router driver.
When inactive, the virtual router is not listed in the show sae drivers command output.
To remove a license allocated for a virtual router:
- View the licenses allocated for each and every virtual
user@host> show license allocated Allocated Licenses Virtual router name default@junos1 Enforcement type service sessions Granted 50 Last Granted Wed Nov 19 08:37:43 EST 2016 Expiration Wed Nov 29 08:37:43 EST 2016
- Remove the allocated license.
user@host> request sae license remove-allocated virtual-router default@junos1 License has been removed for vr = default@junos1
This command is applicable only for the inactive router drivers and virtual routers managed by the same SAE.
You can use the show license allocated command to verify whether the license has been removed.