I'm in the process of acquiring routers and switches for my lab and would like some advice.
1) Is there an easy way to find out if a version of IOS supports a specific feature set that I'm looking for? I'd like to know, for instance, if HSRP, OSPF, BGP. FW, and VPN is supported for a particular IOS for a 2610 router. If I look up this router on the cisco web page I find all of the versions of IOS that are campatible and a rough description with system requirements. But the description is too general and I'm wondering if I'm looking in the right place.
2) I have bascially the same question for switches; how do you tell if a version of IOS supports layer 3 switching?
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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