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    Default 2911 UC License

    I have four 2911's for my lab and one doesn't have the UC license on it. Should I just use this router as my PSTN? However, I'm assuming I still wont be able utilize it for anything other than frame relay or gateways?
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    Does anyone know where I can buy these licenses? I need a UC and CME-SRST
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    I think you'll need to go through a Cisco partner to get that license. Don't know if there's any demo license for ISR G2 devices.

    EDIT: I stand corrected. Try the below

    Router(config)#license boot module c2900 technology-package uck9

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    Demo license is 8 weeks I believe - then it's done (no resetting). You can probably find the license PAK on ebay but they still aren't super cheap...
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