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BGP in IPBase?

All,

I looked in the feature navigator, and if I'm reading this right, it looks like BGP is in the 12.4(24) version of IP-Base. Is this true? I've already loaded it on a router, and I've got the router scheduled to reboot later tonight, but I wanted to see if I was reading the feature navigator right.

Thanks,

John

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Re: BGP in IPBase?

John

If you mean 12.4(24)T then yes it would appear from Feature Navigator that it does support BGP ie. you are reading it right.

Jon

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Re: BGP in IPBase?

John

Which device are you loading it on ?

Jon

Re: BGP in IPBase?

It's a 2821

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Re: BGP in IPBase?

John

If you mean 12.4(24)T then yes it would appear from Feature Navigator that it does support BGP ie. you are reading it right.

Jon

Re: BGP in IPBase?

Perfect! I'll know more tonight. I changed my boot string, and I've got it scheduled to reload way after hours.

Thanks Jon

John

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Re: BGP in IPBase?

it looks like BGP is in the 12.4(24)

Are you sure about the release number?

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Edison.

Re: BGP in IPBase?

No...of course not =)

It's 12.4(24)T. That's a definite.

c2800nm-ipbasek9-mz.124-24.T.bin

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Re: BGP in IPBase?

I don't even see 12.2(24) is IOS selector.

Strange!

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