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пятница, 25 января 2013 г.
IP Base: Includes basic routing (Routing Information Protocol [RIP], static routing, Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol [EIGRP] Stub, Protocol Independent Multicast [PIM] Stub), Layer 2 capabilities, manageability, security, IPv6 host support, and quality of service [QoS]).
IP Services: Adds full IP routing (Open Shortest Path First [OSPF], EIGRP, Border Gateway Protocol [BGP], PIM), Cisco TrustSec® security (MacSec*, Secure Group Tagging[SGT]*, SGT Exchange Protocol [SXP], and Security Association Protocol [SAP]*), Control and Monitoring Processor (CMP)*, and Web Cache Communication Protocol (WCCP).
Advanced IP Services: Adds advanced IPv4 and IPv6 features, Secure Group Access Control Lists (SGACLs)*, Layer 3 VPN, Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS), EoMPLS, and VPLS.
Advanced Enterprise Services: Full Cisco IOS Software features, including AppleTalk and ATM support.
* Only available on Supervisor Engine 2T.
вторник, 7 августа 2012 г.
среда, 15 февраля 2012 г.
m.nZb.s (for example 9.2R1.8): • m is the major release number of the product • n is the minor release number of the product • Z is the type of software release. The following release types are used: • R—FRS/Maintenance release software • B—Beta release software • I—Internal release software: Private software release for verifying fixes • S—Service release software: Released to customers to solve a specific problem—this release will be maintained along with the life span of the underlying release • X—Special (eXception) release software: Released to customers to solve an immediate problem—customers are expected to migrate to a supported release when available • b is the build number of the product • if b=1: Software is the FRS release • if b>1: Software is a maintenance release • s is the spin number of the product