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HP NNMi Advanced 250+/50 NP SW E-LTU

good morning

i want to ask, what is the difference between the following two options:

TA054AAE HP NNMi Advanced 250+/50 NP SW E-LTU

and

TA045AAE HP NNMi Advanced 250+/50 SW E-LTU

i could not figure what "NP" means.

thanks in Advanced
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Re: HP NNMi Advanced 250+/50 NP SW E-LTU

Hi

the NP is for : non production , for a test system or for drp system.

this license is more cheaper then the regular license

thanks
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Re: HP NNMi Advanced 250+/50 NP SW E-LTU

thank you very much for your reply.
so if i will use the software in a real production, i should order the the regular version not the NP

thanks again
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Re: HP NNMi Advanced 250+/50 NP SW E-LTU

Hi

Yes , you are correct

Thanks
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Re: HP NNMi Advanced 250+/50 NP SW E-LTU

i got my answers
thanks
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Re: HP NNMi Advanced 250+/50 NP SW E-LTU

I want to know how many license do we have

HPE NNMi Ult Ed 250+/50 NdPk SW E-L TU

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Re: HP NNMi Advanced 250+/50 NP SW E-LTU

Hi TJ,

  You can't tell how many licenses you have from the title of the license.  It will depend on how many "packs" have been encoded into the license.  Each pack will give you 50 node license at the Ultimate level.  In order to determine how many you have you would either need to contact the license center and provide them the license details you have and they will be able to tell you.  Or if you open a support case and provide the license we should be able to tell you how many packs and therefore how many node licenses you have.

Of course, if you have installed the license they you can either use the NNMi UI (Help->System Information) or the nnmlicense.ovpl script to see how many you have.

  All the best

Dave Y

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