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Rip Version 2 on Vg224

Hello,

I'm in the process of upgrading some VG224's in preparation to upgrading the CUCM cluster to 8.5 and after I upgrade the Vg224's, I am unable to use Rip v2. Customers network is running Rip v2(I know, who uses Rip v2), and are using both ethernet ports on the Vg for redundancy.

After the upgrade, I am able to enable Rip (router RIP), but from there I cannot add "Version 2". I do not want to change network as that does not fall under our contract, so was hoping this is something minor?

Old version of IOS: vg224-i6s-mz.124-15.T7.bin

New version: vg224-i6s-mz.151-3.T3.bin

Cheers!

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Re: Rip Version 2 on Vg224

Sometime cisco "forgets" or break things in new versions.

Contact the TAC and complain, they may know the problem already.

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Re: Rip Version 2 on Vg224

Just incase anyone else reads this, Cisco are removing routing protocols from the Vg series. They do not support any routing. Check out Bug id:CSCso08667.

Happy they remembered 2 ethernet ports for redundancy though...without the routing support....

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: Rip Version 2 on Vg224

Personally I dontt disagree with that decision.

In most cases, configuring both interfaces in bridge-group and BVI is enough for routing (oops tongueslip) going around a connecting switch failure.

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