Is there a way to check if my reseller did give me routers with licensed IOS or not ?
I did order 10 Cisco1721 routers with the following IOS : Cisco 1700 IOS IP/ADSL/IPX/AT/IBM/FW/IDS PLUS IPSEC 56.
As the list price of this IOS is quite expensive (1,800$ piece); I would like to make sure that the IOS provided has been bought by the reseller, the "show version" command did show me that I actually have the needed IOS ... that's all.
Every reseller is supposed to send you the licensing information about the IOS feature set that you have on your router . Did you not get the licensing stuff + the CDs for the IOS that you have on the 1700 ?? Ask your reseller about that.
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