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Difference of IOS Types

Hello togther

I'm searching for a overview about the difference IOS Description for Catalyst Switches:

Ipbase Wo/crypto

Ipbase Wo/crypto with Web based Dev Mgr

IP Base

Ipbase Wo/crypto with Express Setup

Our Platform is Cat 3560 G PS-S, 2960

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Re: Difference of IOS Types

Hello togther

I'm searching for a overview about the difference IOS Description for Catalyst Switches:

Ipbase Wo/crypto

Ipbase Wo/crypto with Web based Dev Mgr

IP Base

Ipbase Wo/crypto with Express Setup

Our Platform is Cat 3560 G PS-S, 2960

Hi,

LAN base is subset of IP Base, and IP Base is subset of Enterprise. LAN base is L2 only; IP Base supports basic L3 function; enterprise supports all L3 functions and the  IP Base feature set includes advanced quality of service (QoS), rate limiting, access control lists (ACLs), and basic static and Routing Information Protocol (RIP) functions. Dynamic IP routing protocols (Open Shortest Path First (OSPF), BGPv4, Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)) are available only on the IP services image.

W/O stands for without,  another way to make sure is that the file's name will have "k9" in it (mostlikely ipbasek9). That k9 will tell you for sure that it is crypto.

Hope to help !!

Ganesh.H

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Re: Difference of IOS Types

Hello

About this Feature it was clear for me but let me show you the follwing Part we implement on one Switch (all are Cat3560 with Layer2 Funktion)

the following flash:/c3560-ipbase-mz.122-53.SE2/c3560-ipbase-mz.122-53.SE2.bin"  this is the IP Base W/O Crypto with Web Based Dev MGR.

After a Reboot we can not integrat them anymore in the CisCo Network Assistant Uplinks are avaible.

Spantree is Ok everthing is working fine, later one we make the Update with IP Base c3560-ipbase9.mz122-53Se2.bin not works fine.

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Re: Difference of IOS Types

I am very new to this community. I want to ask a question about different license type of IOS.

Now my boss buy a 3750X switch that is running ipbase IOS. A need come up to configure PBR on it. Some says that I can't use PBR on IPbase license. Now I have two questions as follow

  1. Does the switch need to run ipservice IOS to use PBR?
  2. If I need to use Ipservices for PBR, how to make my switch run ipservice?
  3. Do i need to buy seperate upgrade license?
  4. If yes, how much will it cost approx?

You can add anything that you think I need to know.

Regards,

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Difference of IOS Types

Lanbase can run limited routing..It has support for 16 static routes.

To run PBR we need to use ipservices license..Please work with your account manager to know the cost..Once they give you license file,oyu just need to run license install command.

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Re: Difference of IOS Types

So I don't need to change or buy new hardware. Am I correct?

Pardon me for being naive.

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Difference of IOS Types

Absolutely...No need to change or buy hardware..If you are using universal image,then it is not even required to change the image....If you are running ipbase IOS,then you need to change the image to "ipservices" or alternatively change the image to universal,and install the ipservice license.

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Re: Difference of IOS Types

Mine is as follow

Cisco IOS Software, C3750E Software (C3750E-UNIVERSALK9-M), Version 12.2(53)SE2, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc3)

Universal?

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Difference of IOS Types

Yes,Universal...You need to get the ipservice license,and use the license install command after putting the license file in tftp or flash or any other below option.

3-mem-stack#license install ?

  flash1:  Install from flash1: file system

  flash2:  Install from flash2: file system

  flash3:  Install from flash3: file system

  flash:   Install from flash: file system

  ftp:     Install from ftp: file system

  http:    Install from http: file system

  https:   Install from https: file system

  null:    Install from null: file system

  nvram:   Install from nvram: file system

  rcp:     Install from rcp: file system

  scp:     Install from scp: file system

  syslog:  Install from syslog: file system

  system:  Install from system: file system

  tftp:    Install from tftp: file system

  tmpsys:  Install from tmpsys: file system

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Re: Difference of IOS Types

Thank you so much for your patient replies.

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