I have a quick question if anyone may be able to help:
I have a 3845 running IOS 12.4(25b) [c3845-adventerprisek9-mz.124-25b.bin] and it does not support EEM 3.0. I have verified that commands such as "action 1 regexp..." or "action 1 if...", etc. fail. I have also attempted to check the EEM version using this page and it looks like it is only running EEM 2.1.
Cisco's page on EEM versions states that EEM 3.0 is available on IOS 12.4(22)T and higher. Am I mistaken in thinking that IOS 12.4(25b) should be high enough to have EEM 3.0 or higher included?
Thank you for your quick answer. I was unfamiliar with the Technology train until now. I see now that an IOS upgrade will indeed be required--I just wanted to be sure before I submitted this answer to my team.
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