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IOS Upgrading within Family

Can someone give me a definitive answer to the following:- Are there any licencing implications if you upgrade from 12.2(46)SE IPBASEk9 to 12.2(55)SE IPBASEk9?

It is a ongoing discussion in our office.

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Re: IOS Upgrading within Family

Can someone give me a definitive answer to the following:- Are there any licencing implications if you upgrade from 12.2(46)SE IPBASEk9 to 12.2(55)SE IPBASEk9?

It is a ongoing discussion in our office.


Hi,

There is no licensing implication are required while upgrading from ios sub to another ios of same train, it will be enhancement of feature which will be supported by new ios and bugs which are been solved in the new ios will be the advantage,check out the below link on 12.2(55) SE feature sets.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/switches/lan/catalyst3750/software/release/12.2_55_se/release/notes/OL23054.html#wp1047679

Hope to Help !!

Ganesh.H

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Re: IOS Upgrading within Family

Thanks for that Ganesh.

Following on then, none of the devices are covered by a supprt agreement. Will this affect the legality of the upgrade?


Regards

Chris

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