DLSW - Is it supported on new Cisco2900 branch routers?
I have a customer that is running a legacy DLSW network (mainframe, green screen, 3270 controllers) with 2600 routers at the branch and 7200VXR with CIP in the data center. Finally, they are going to switch to IP, but it will take a while due to the applications that will ahve to be adapted to support a changeover from IBM coax-attached printers to IP printers.
Meanwhile, they want to replace the 2600 routers with 2900 series.
Can I assume the 2900 series (probably a 2911) with the Data SL-29-DATA-K9 and FL-29-SNA will support DLSW in the branch to replace the 2600s?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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