Then click on serach by platform and select your router from the dropdown under platform section. Then selevt the major release which is 12.4 in your case and then select 3g and it will give you all the feature sets where you will see this release supports BGP.
What really matters here is less what version of code you are running and is what feature set of the code are you running. If you post the output of show versions (especially the line that says image is ...) or post the output of show flash, then we can verify what feature set you are running.
The symptoms sound like you are running the IP or IP BASE (or IP ONLY) feature set. This feature set does not support BGP. If you upgrade to code to a different feature set you would get support for BGP.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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