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[Cisco FAQ] - TED version

How do I check the version of the TED?

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Re: [Cisco FAQ] - TED version

You can type the following command to check the version

rpm -qa|grep SAIted

SAIted-4.0.0.0-1

For versions older than 3.0, login to the TED and run:

[root@dncsted /root]# cat /etc/redhat-release

release 4.1 (Vanderbilt)

If the version is Red Hat Linux release 4.1 (Vanderbilt), then the TED is a standard TED.

If the version is Red Hat Linux release 6.0, then the TED is a TED FX

If the version is Red Hat Linux release 7.0 (Guinness), then the TED is a TED FX revision 2.

For versions 3.0 and higher, login to the TED and run:

[root@dncsted /root]# rpm -qa|grep SAIted

SAIted-4.0.0.0-1

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Re: [Cisco FAQ] - TED version

You can type the following command to check the version

rpm -qa|grep SAIted

SAIted-4.0.0.0-1

For versions older than 3.0, login to the TED and run:

[root@dncsted /root]# cat /etc/redhat-release

release 4.1 (Vanderbilt)

If the version is Red Hat Linux release 4.1 (Vanderbilt), then the TED is a standard TED.

If the version is Red Hat Linux release 6.0, then the TED is a TED FX

If the version is Red Hat Linux release 7.0 (Guinness), then the TED is a TED FX revision 2.

For versions 3.0 and higher, login to the TED and run:

[root@dncsted /root]# rpm -qa|grep SAIted

SAIted-4.0.0.0-1

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