From: Dustin Goodwin (no email)
Date: Wed Mar 11 1998 - 13:23:14 EST
And the risk you take is that if your network melts TAC says your
running CAA code what did you expect? BTW ISL over faste is supported
in 11.2 mainline. Unfortunately HSRP on ISL is 11.3.
- Dustin -
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Subject: Re: ios images ?
Author: "Alex P. Rudnev" <> at sb-entsmtp
Date: 3/11/98 8:46 PM
OK. Try to get PA-E3 cards support or ISL by fast ethernet at I/O board
with any IOS except 11.1(17.3)CAA ...
They incorporate new equipment into 11.1(...)CAA first, not into
On Wed, 11 Mar 1998, Dustin Goodwin wrote:
> Date: Wed, 11 Mar 98 10:57:09 -0500
> From: Dustin Goodwin <>
> To: ,
> Subject: Re: ios images ?
> 11.2(12) or higher is suppose to go GD. 11.1 and 11.3 are in serious
> question as far as ever reaching GD status. If you want full support
> from Cisco TAC run a GD version and run the mainline. Don't run P
> train or a none GD release. This will limit your in terms of hardware.
> For instance the RSP4 is a 11.2P feature not 11.2 feature. That is the
> safest most conservative position to take. Of course it is the least
> fun in terms of new software features and new hardware. But no one
> ever got fired for running a GD mainline release.
> - Dustin -
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> Subject: ios images ?
> Author: Stuart Bryant <> at sb-entsmtp
> Date: 3/11/98 9:53 AM
> were looking at various ios images to use so we can standardise across
> the network. were looking at ios version 11.2(9)P or 11.2(10)P
> does anyone have any warstories to share about these ? good points/bad
> points ? things i should be watch out for ?
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