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IPSEC VPN on ISR2 router

Hi guys,

We have UC license installed on 2911 routers. We need to configure IPSEC VPNs. But IOS software currently does not support the command

2014-01-20 12_08_02-Bardo - SecureCRT.png

Could it be a licensing issue? if it is, can we install an additional licence, oher than UC?

Please check the attached "show version" and "show license" files.

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IPSEC VPN on ISR2 router

You do need the Security license. The part number would be L-SL-29-SEC-K9=

Here's a good link on licensing ISR G2's.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/routers/ps10616/white_paper_c11_556985_ps10536_Products_White_Paper.html


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IPSEC VPN on ISR2 router

According to this data sheet from Cisco you do need the Security license on ISRG2 routers to use IPSec VPN

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/routers/ps10538/data_sheet_c78-556151_ps10537_Products_Data_Sheet.html

You should be able to purchase and install the second license.

HTH

Rick

IPSEC VPN on ISR2 router

You do need the Security license. The part number would be L-SL-29-SEC-K9=

Here's a good link on licensing ISR G2's.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/routers/ps10616/white_paper_c11_556985_ps10536_Products_White_Paper.html


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IPSEC VPN on ISR2 router

The router already has UC license installed. Will there be a compatibility issue if I install the Sec license in addition to the UC license?

Purple

IPSEC VPN on ISR2 router

Hi,

No it will only enable some features you don't have right now.

Regards

Alain

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IPSEC VPN on ISR2 router

Yes, I should have read a bit more, it's already mentioned in the document provided by Collin:

2014-01-21 11_54_59-Cisco’s Integrated Services Routers Generation Two Licensing and Packaging  [Cis.png

This implicitly shows that we can co-locate UC and SEC.

Thanks guys for your support

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