IOS/C6500: Difference between IOS Feature Sets

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May 19th, 2008
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Dear all,


I'm going to install two C6509-E. Right now I'm trying to find out what are the differences between the feature sets:

- IP SERVICES SSH LAN ONLY

- IP SERVICES SSH


We need IP Services for EIGRP and QoS, furthermore i need to configure HSRP for some VLANs/IP-subnets.


Software Advisor says, that the features are common. So which feature set and image should i install??


Thanks

Matthias

Correct Answer by Richard Burts about 9 years 5 days ago

Matthias


The services that you mention are common in both of these feature sets. The difference is that the IP SERVICES SSH LAN ONLY does not provide WAN services (which makes its memory requirement less). If you need WAN services do not use this image. If all you need are LAN services then this image is fine.


HTH


Rick

Correct Answer by Jon Marshall about 9 years 5 days ago

Matthias


The LAN only does not have support for the flexwan and some of the WAN modules/cards. I can't find a list of them at the moment but if you don't have any you should be fine with either version.


Jon

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Jon Marshall Mon, 05/19/2008 - 04:05
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Matthias


The LAN only does not have support for the flexwan and some of the WAN modules/cards. I can't find a list of them at the moment but if you don't have any you should be fine with either version.


Jon

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Richard Burts Mon, 05/19/2008 - 04:08
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Matthias


The services that you mention are common in both of these feature sets. The difference is that the IP SERVICES SSH LAN ONLY does not provide WAN services (which makes its memory requirement less). If you need WAN services do not use this image. If all you need are LAN services then this image is fine.


HTH


Rick

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