I have tested succesfully a features in a Cisco 3845 . c3845-entservicesk9-mz.124-24.T3
this allow route map to be used with match vlan feature.
match vlan 3
In order to support all the traffic I want, I buy a new router cisco 3925 in a new site, but this keyword is not present on the IPbase feature set.
Cisco(config-route-map)#match ? as-path Match BGP AS path list clns CLNS information community Match BGP community list extcommunity Match BGP/VPN extended community list interface Match first hop interface of route ip IP specific information ipv6 IPv6 specific information length Packet length local-preference Local preference for route mdt-group Match routes corresponding to MDT group metric Match metric of route mpls-label Match routes which have MPLS labels policy-list Match IP policy list route-type Match route-type of route source-protocol Match source-protocol of route tag Match tag of route
Can someone confirm that the feature is supported on other feature license or in a newer IOS version.
For the moment, the one installed is :c3900-universalk9-mz.SPA.150-1.M1.bin with the ipbasek9 feature enable.
I have seen that the latest is 150-1.M3 but no other train like the T train in 12.4
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