Below are the links I am using. I am seeing something a bit odd.
MS120-48FP - MSRP = $4635, but the calculator shows total as $270015 with a qty of 1
MS210-4hFP - MSRP = $6570, calculator shows the correct total of $6940 with the license
As far as I can tell the Access switches are the ones that are messed up.
Might be something for @CameronMoody to look at
Also to note:
MS120-48FP MSRP Listed is $4370 without a license. Cisco CCW shows the list as $5330 without a license. Did the price decrease?
The MS125-48FP definitely doesn't cost $270015... So that's wrong on our part. I just tested and saw the calculator produce that number once, but... now I can't reproduce it again, no matter which browser I use. It only gives the MSRP-with-no-license number for me now.
However, it looks like the access switches don't apply the correct license cost, while all other switches do. I'll send a note about that.
I'd also be happy to give the team responsible for the cost calculator a heads-up about the $270015 error, but they might have a hard time fixing it unless we can figure out what conditions trigger the error.
Not all devices are affected. I have tested on 2 browsers on 3 machines on 3 different internet connections and never once did I get the correct price on the affected models.
I also I couldn't find where it is pulling the prices from easily. I did find no combo of multiplier on the MSRP plus or minus the license between the models is consistent. I thought maybe it was just putting 56 switches on the quote 🙂
I hope its power cord comes in a gold plated drawstring bag for that price!
>I hope its power cord comes in a gold plated drawstring bag for that price!
If you pay the MSRP price I'll throw in a pair of socks.
Seems to be unavailable at the moment for me, but there was a direct link posted by the OP. You can still see it in the google cache: