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[EOL/EOE] Differences in Advanced versus Baseline license when modeling devices in NSM.



Article ID: KB13884 KB Last Updated: 02 Dec 2020Version: 3.0

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What does the option to chose Baseline or Advanced for license type when modeling devices in NSM mean?

Choosing Baseline or Advanced as the license type when modeling devices and clusters in NSM changes device capabilities.
This article will highlight some of those differences.

Baseline devices can only have 100 VLANs. When trying to create subinterface index numbers in NSM, there will be an error if you use a number over 100.
Some other differences between baseline and advanced models are listed in the table below.
Baseline and Advanced Models
  Baseline Advanced
  ISG1000 ISG2000 ISG1000 ISG2000
Sessions 125,000 256,000 500,000 1,000,000
Concurrent VPN tunnels 1,000 1,000 2,000 10,000
Deep Inspection Firewall No No Yes Yes
VLANs 50 100 4,094 4,094
OSPF/BGP No No Yes Yes
High availability (HA) A/P A/P A/A A/A
Integrated IDP No No Optional upgrade Optional Upgrade
GTP Inspection No No Optional upgrade Optional Upgrade

Choosing the wrong device model, when modeling a device in NSM, will limit the device and require that the modeled device be deleted and recreated before full functionality of the device can be utilized.
Modification History:
2020-12-02: Tagged article for EOL/EOE.
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