Re: how can I include DES encryption software on Cisco router?
Your router (considering the platform) is certainly capable of supporting encryption for SSH and for VPN. Whether it has that support is a question of what feature set is installed on the router. Apparently your router has a feature set that does not include encryption. If you upgrade to a feature set that does support encryption then you would be able to enable SSH or VPN on that router. The link provided by Mohammed is a good way to identify a version and feature set to use to upgrade your router.
Be aware that changing the feature set of a router generally requires upgrading the software license on the router. And be aware that to download the new version and new feature set will require an ID with software download privileges (generally that is an ID that is associated with an active maintenance contract).
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