I keep getting these errors, though I have bought a license:
[root@dhcp-pool68 ~]# sshg3 root@localhost SSH Tectia Client: Evaluation period will end in 43 days. Product: SSH Tectia Client Evaluation period will end in 43 days.
Tectia Client missing license file and OVER the 45 day eval:
[root@dhcp-pool68 ~]# sshg3 root@localhost SSH Tectia Client: Your evaluation period has ended. If you would like to purchase the product, please visit http://www.ssh.com/buy/. If you need an extended time for evaluating the products, please contact your local SSH sales representative. You can find more information at http://www.ssh.com/eval.html. No valid license files are installed. Please install license files to '/etc/ssh2/licenses'.
Tectia Server missing license file and OVER the 45 day eval:
[root@dhcp-pool68 ~]# /etc/init.d/ssh-server-g3 start Starting ssh-server-g3 ssh-server-g3: pid=5390: Send SIGUSR1 to dump server state. ssh-server-g3: pid=5390: Send SIGHUP to reconfigure server. ssh-server-g3: No valid licenses found ssh-server-g3: ssh-server-g3: No valid licenses found Failed to start start: Connect failed: No such file or directory(2) failed.
What can I do to fix this situation?
asked Feb 16 '10 at 13:10
SSH KB ♦
If you have downloaded an eval version of our software some of these messages are inhabitable, to remind you how many days are left on your evaluation copy. If are getting the "no valid license found messages" this could mean you have reached your 45 eval limit, or had a previous version's eval installed on the same machine at an earlier time.
If you have downloaded the installation package from our licensed customer download center (https://downloads.ssh.com/) the package will include your needed license file. If during the install it is not copied over to the licenses directory (Unix or Linux systems) you will need to do it manually.
For license file names and location information please consult the administration guide for the version you are installing.
Below are links to the current documentation at time of writing this.