Media Flow Controller Configuration Tasks : Basic (System) Configurations : Applying the Media Flow Controller License

Applying the Media Flow Controller License
Media Flow Controller comes unlicensed and by default can only support 10 connections at 200Kbps each; it is a 40Mbps delivery system. Neither the number of sessions or the session rate (network connection parameters) is configurable without the Media Flow Controller license.
Once you install Media Flow Controller, contact Juniper Networks to obtain the Media Flow Controller license for normal operations. You need to provide the node ID, which is the MAC address of Eth0 interface; use show interface eth0 to find the hardware (HW MAC) address. Based on this Juniper Networks will provide you a license key. After installing the license you get full feature capability.
See license for CLI details.
1.
license install <license_key>
2.
license delete <license_key>
3.
show licenses
Example:
test-vos (config) # show license
No licenses have been configured.
test-vos-cl65 (config) # show network
Network time out (seconds) : 60
Maximum concurrent sessions : 10
Per Session assured flow rate (Kbits/sec) : 0
Per Session Maximum bandwidth (Kbits/sec) : 200
test-vos (config) # license install LK2-MFC-413E-5N42-3EE6-4381-GLL8-CE98
test-vos (config) # show license
License 1: LK2-MFC-413E-5N42-3EE6-4381-GLL8-CE98
Feature: Media Flow Controller
Valid: yes
Start date: 2009/03/15 (ok)
End date: 2009/06/30 (ok)
Tied to MAC addr: 00:1E:C9:FF:0C:FA (ok)
Active: yes
test-vos-cl65 (config) # show network
Network time out (seconds) : 60
Maximum concurrent sessions : 5000
Per Session assured flow rate (Kbits/sec) : 0
Per Session Maximum bandwidth (Kbits/sec) : 0
test-vos-cl65 (config) #
To make these configurations using the Management Console, go to the System Config tab. Use the Licensing page; see System Config > Licensing for details.

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