Thank you Eric for those two commands. They provided a lot of valuable information. Since I didn't run this command when I first activated the License, I am uncertain as to what to look for. Here is a snippet using the first command "sudo virl_health_status":
STD server licensing:
product-unlicensed : Cisco contact was not established. This may be temporary.
Please make sure the VIRL server is connected to the Internet and capable of reaching the configured Cisco master.
Also make sure that the minion key provided to you matches your minion ID and domain, and remains valid.
Current status is: Last successful license renewal was more than 7 days ago.
Last license renewal final result was (2019-11-04 05:55:38): Call was successful.
virl-vis-webserver on port 19402 is down
ank-cisco-webserver listening on port 19401
Salt Ping: Failed
Here is a snippet using the second command "sudo salt-minion -l debug":
[CRITICAL] The Salt Master has rejected this minion's public key!
To repair this issue, delete the public key for this minion on the Salt Master and restart this minion.
Or restart the Salt Master in open mode to clean out the keys. The Salt Minion will now exit.
**** I think from those snippets, I can conclude that my license has expired. Do you agree? What is behavior when the License is expired? Would an expired license cause the issues I color in red?
I greatly appreciate the information you provided. Can you or anyone else answer these questions before I proceed with buying a new license?
Hello Re Ce,
Definitely a great question to ask, I'll forward this over to the VIRL Team for further insight. From my understanding, the commands Eric posted would definitely aid in determining if a license file was indeed active or expired.
As an alternative, you could also email the Cisco Learning Network Store to check status. The email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
We would require as much of the following information:
CCO ID Used to Purchase VIRL
License File Name (Ex. ABC123.virl.info)
Also, I just checked your license based on the information posted here, your license is indeed expired as of August 6, 2019.
Cisco Learning Network