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IPSec Support

Following is the ordered product

2951   Router
CISCO2951/K9Cisco 2951 w/3 GE,4   EHWIC,3 DSP,2 SM,256MB CF,512MB DRAM,IPB2
S2951UK9-15201TCisco 2951 IOS   UNIVERSAL2
WIC-2AM-V2Two-port Analog Modem   Interface Card8
CAB-ACEAC Power Cord   (Europe), C13, CEE 7, 1.5M2
CAB-CONSOLE-USBConsole Cable 6 ft   with USB Type A and mini-B2
ISR-CCP-CDCisco Config   Professional on CD, CCP-Express on Router Flash2
PWR-2921-51-ACCisco 2921/2951 AC   Power Supply2
MEM-2951-512MB-DEF512MB DRAM (1 512MB   DIMM) for Cisco 2951 ISR (Default)2
MEM-CF-256MB256MB Compact Flash   for Cisco 1900, 2900, 3900 ISR2
SL-29-IPB-K9IP Base License  for Cisco 2901-29512
CON-SNT-2951SMARTNET 8X5XNBD   Cisco 2951 w/3 GE2

I am confused if this will support IPSec or not because at one time it says C2951UK9-1520IT which supports IPSec and at the other end it says SL-29-IBP-K9 which will only support Base configs .

A normal case would be something like

SL-19-IPB-K9IP Base   License  for Cisco 1900
SL-19-SEC-K9Security License  for Cisco 1900

which means a base license and then added a security license to make crypto work .

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Re: IPSec Support

Hi Communication Boy

On older hardware (1800/2800 etc and older) you had to select the software image that contained the features you needed (e.g. advanced ip services) and you did not need any license.

On the ISR G2 (1900/2900/3900) there is only one single ("universal") image that contains all the features, but some features (such as IPsec) are "locked" and you need a license to "unlock" them.

So in your case the Universal image (C2951UK9-1520IT) "supports" IPsec in the sense that the feature is in the software so you do not need to order/download any other software image, however the IPsec feature will only be available if you enable a security license (SL-29-SEC-K9 or SL-29-SEC-K9= or L-SL-29-SEC-K9=)

(note that at the end you quoted the part numbers for the 1900 licenses, not the 2900).

cfr.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/routers/ps10616/white_paper_c11_556985.html

hth

Herbert

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Cisco Employee

Re: IPSec Support

Hi Communication Boy

On older hardware (1800/2800 etc and older) you had to select the software image that contained the features you needed (e.g. advanced ip services) and you did not need any license.

On the ISR G2 (1900/2900/3900) there is only one single ("universal") image that contains all the features, but some features (such as IPsec) are "locked" and you need a license to "unlock" them.

So in your case the Universal image (C2951UK9-1520IT) "supports" IPsec in the sense that the feature is in the software so you do not need to order/download any other software image, however the IPsec feature will only be available if you enable a security license (SL-29-SEC-K9 or SL-29-SEC-K9= or L-SL-29-SEC-K9=)

(note that at the end you quoted the part numbers for the 1900 licenses, not the 2900).

cfr.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/routers/ps10616/white_paper_c11_556985.html

hth

Herbert

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