ISSU questions

Answered Question
Sep 22nd, 2007

How is ISSU enabled / disabled on a switch (4500)?

Do we need an special license for that?

If yes,

- can I find out on the CLI if the licence was purchased?

- could I theoretically use the ISSU-features without an additional licence?

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Correct Answer by Edison Ortiz about 9 years 2 months ago

Yes, ISSU is a normal feature. Similar to Software Modularity introduced on the 6500 Series.

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ketimun123 Sun, 09/23/2007 - 06:36

Thanks for you response.

Just to verify:

ISSU is just like a "normal" feature, available in IOS, starting with 12.2(31)SGA and does not require any license beside the usal IOS-licence.

Is this correct?

I was in the believed that an additional fee will be charges for ISSU... (similiar to IPV6)

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Edison Ortiz Sun, 09/23/2007 - 09:55

Yes, ISSU is a normal feature. Similar to Software Modularity introduced on the 6500 Series.

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