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Cisco 881 ipsec vpn

I have purchased a Cisco 881 router, and need to setup IPSEC VPN. It was purchased in New Zealand from a supplier listed on the Cisco website.

Do I need to upgrade the software on this router to be able to create the VPN?

Or do I need to buy a license?

I have tried talking to Cisco support, but they have been very unhelpful.

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you need C881/K9 it supports 

you need C881/K9 it supports  IPSEC VPN.  3des. but Iam not shure aes256

VIP Purple

Please post the output of sh

Please post the output of sh ver | i License Level

You need to have "advsecurity" or "advipservices" for IPsec VPNs.

 


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Hi it shows.License Level:

Hi it shows.

License Level: advsecurity_npe   Type: Permanent

But show crypto isakmp policy

Gets Invalid input detected at '^' marker

cheers rich

VIP Purple

> advsecurity_npeNPE stands

advsecurity_npe

NPE stands for "no payload encryption". You need a version without "NPE".


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I have purchased an

I have purchased an advipservices license and installed it.

But it says not deployed and the advsecurity_npe version is still enabled.

Not sure how to disable the advsecurity_npe version, no obvious way to do in from ccp.

cheers rich

npe means like without

npe means like without crypto

you need to accept licence agrement and to purchase licence and to set up crypto

licenc boot modul  c881 tec sec

 

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Ok how do I do that?Is that a

Ok how do I do that?

Is that a command I need to run?

Or do I need to buy a license from Cisco?

I have tried asking Cisco what I need but they don't help.

It has been a frustrating experience, because I brought this router from a company on Cisco's list here in New Zealand.

And I told them at the time what I needed the router to do.

I your appreciate the help guys.

cheers rich

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