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configuring subinterfaces

Hi All;

I have a c2600 router with System image file is "flash:c2600-i-mz.123-24.bin running, i'm trying to configure subinterfaces on the device however the device doesn't give me the option to enter the encapsulation or ISL commands hence i can't configure an IP address to the sub-int any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: configuring subinterfaces

Try this image instead c2600-bin-mz.123-24.bin

Your current image is very basic and does not have IEEE 802.1Q VLAN Support

HTH,

Edit: BTW, the image above requires 16MB flash. If your router only has 8MB flash, I'm afraid you are out of luck. I searched even on the 12.2T (when this feature was introduced) and if you want trunking support, you need 16MB flash.

Re: configuring subinterfaces

Now days you can get 16 MEGS flash plus 64 MB DRAM to maxout your 2600 series router very cheap under $40.00 I have seen these in ebay.

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