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IOS for 2811

Hello,

I have several Cisco 2811 routers at my branch locations. Most of them are running 12.4(24)T5 and I am looking to upgrade the IOS as part of a refresh/standardization project. I would like to move to the most recent STABLE IOS available. I do not have anything overwhelming running on these routers. BGP for the WAN, EIGRP for the LAN, Cisco Call Manager Gateways and thats about it. I have upgraded a few test locations last month to 15.1(4)M6 and they have been fine, however, I also upgraded a few test switches to 15.0(2)SE2 and I have had nothing but problems. (I should have hit the discussion board with that upgrade as well, but I guess you live and learn...).

I have not been able to find any bugs or complaints about 15.1(4)M6 for the routers but I would appreciate any feedback or personal experience with 15 code on routers. Any thing I should be watching out for? Any buggy code to stay away from? I know there is an increase in memory requirements, but is there anything else?

Thanks,

Danny

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For ISRs, ditto on 12.4(24)T# or 15.1(4)M# release chains.

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