ArubaOS 61 The VIA feature now requires a PEFV license Policy Enforcement

Arubaos 61 the via feature now requires a pefv

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ArubaOS 6.1The VIA feature now requires a PEFV license (Policy Enforcement Firewall Virtual Private Network).The Walled Garden feature requires the PEFNG or PEFV license.Advanced Cryptography License (ACR) is introduced—the ACR license is required for the Suite B Cryptography in IPsec and 802.11 modes. License enforcement behavior controls the total number of concurrent connections (IPsec or 802.11) using Suite B Cryptography.
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46|Upgrade ProceduresArubaOS 6.1.2.3|Release NotesACR InteractionOn a platform that supports 2048 IPsec tunnels, the maximum number of Suite B IPsec tunnels supported is 2048, even if a larger capacity license is installed.An evaluation ACR license is available (EVL-ACR-8192). You can install the ACR evaluation license with a higher capacity than the platform maximum. On a platform that supports 2048 IPsec tunnels, with a LIC-ACR-512 installed, only 512 IPsec tunnels can be terminated using Suite B encryption. An additional 1536 IPsec tunnels, using non-Suite B modes (e.g. AES-CBC), can still be supported.On a platform with LIC-ACR-512 installed, a mixture of IPsec and 802.11i Suite B connections can be supported. The combined number of these sessions may not exceed 512.A single client using both 802.11i Suite B and IPsec Suite B simultaneously will consume two ACR licenses.ArubaOS 6.0WIP license is changed to RFprotect and includes the WIP and Spectrum Analysis features.ArubaOS 5.0Figure 1 is an up-to-date illustration of the consolidated licenses effective with this release.MAP was merged into base ArubaOS VPN was merged into base ArubaOS RAP was merged into AP licensePEF (user basis) was converted to PEFNG (AP basis) with ArubaOS 5.0ArubaOS 3.4.1VOC was merged into PEF. This merge happened with ArubaOS 3.4.1IMP was merged into base ArubaOS ArubaOS 3.4.0ESI was merged into PEFArubaOS Legacy and End-of-LifeAAA was merged into ESI with the release of ArubaOS 2.5.3.CIM is End-of-lifeN O T EReleases older than ArubaOS 2.5.4 have been End-of-Lifed.
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ArubaOS 6.1.2.3|Release NotesUpgrade Procedures|47Figure 1 Licensing Consolidation ArubaOS 5.0Upgrading from 5.0.x to 6.1If you are upgrading from 5.0.x to 6.1, your control plane security settings will be retained during the upgrade. If you had enabled the control plane security feature in ArubaOS 5.0, the feature will still be enabled after you upgrade to ArubaOS 6.1. If you to downgrade to ArubaOS 5.0, you will not need to disable control plane securityUpgrading from 3.x to 6.1If you are running ArubaOS 3.4.4.1 or a later version in the 3.4.4.x code stream, you can directly upgrade to ArubaOS 6.1.2.3. However, upgrading from a 3.x ArubaOS version earlier than 3.4.4.1 requires an upgrade hop. You must first upgrade to the latest ArubaOS 3.4.4.x build before upgrading to ArubaOS 6.1.2.3. !CAUTIONIf you are running ArubaOS 5.0.3.1 (or later) you can directly upgrade to ArubaOS 6.1.2.3. However, upgrading from an ArubaOS version earlier than 5.0.3.1 requires an upgrade hop. You must first upgrade to the latest ArubaOS 5.0.4.x build before upgrading to ArubaOS 6.1.2.3.
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