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VNO license

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Nov 24th, 2009 at 7:38pm  
Hi all,
Is anyone using or hosting VNO license?
What are its pros and cons comparing to the VNO package.

BR,
Agor
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Reply #1 - Dec 3rd, 2009 at 11:03pm  
Agor

I have to admit we went for the VNO package this does mean installing all your own equipment and can be a problem with shared Chassis if you want to use iDx2.0 but you have more security as it is all your own equipment. The only problem arrises with not being able to switch on and off the HLC unless you and the provider are using iDx2.0 and the provider is using a chassis manager.

hope this helps if not give me a shout

ScotlandTDMA
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