15 Feb 2021 (3 years ago)
Oh crap can you please delete this post!
14 Feb 2021 (3 years ago)
Floating licenses is the correct type of license for your office. One only needs to register the public ip address (the public gateway address) for your network. Not the private ip address of each machine.
I believe 172.2x.x.x ranges are private addresses, used locally and not relevant.
One can setup the main public IP address in the authorized networks tab in the customer area. Additionally one can add secondary public ip addresses.
If you have a range of public ip addresses that you wish to setup for your licenses, we can do that for you from our side.
Customers with floating licenses can also use the customer key, as a serial number, to use the licenses in other locations, for instance when working from home with dynamic ip addresses.
10 Feb 2021 (3 years ago)
We just purchase Docuflow to resolve printing issues with Revit using Bluebeam. The test version worked great. I boaught 50 user floating licenseing as we only have 43 floating licesnes of Revit.
I understood that is was a cloud licenses server based on IPs configured but I assumed it would be IP ranges not single listing of each machine. Was I wrong?
I essentailly have 4 networks; AWS VDI, Remote Desktop Farm, Main Office LAN and also Wifi.
172.27.1.x 255.255.255.0 172.27.1.1
172.22.72.x 255.255.255.255.0 172.22.72.1
172.20.76.x 255.255.255.0 172.20.76.1
172.20.77.x 255.255.255.0 172.20.76.1
These are all DHCP assigned and again we only have maybe 50-60 users total and 43 that would be prinint from Revit at any given time.
Did I buy the wrong license or product for my infrastrucure?