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Cisco IOS Software Packaging for Cisco Switches

Da wir ab sofot nurnoch die Catalys 3750-X Series nutzen wurde ich gefragbt welches IOS ich brauche.  IPBase, IPServices oder Advanced IPServices? Naja…..wo ist der Unterschied? Da ich bisher nur das IPServices genutzt habe, musste ich mich gleich mal bei Cisco schlau machen. Hier die Übersicht (Unterschiede) der IOS-Versionen von Cisco:

Layer 2 Base – IEEE 802.1D support, 802.1x point authentication, 802.3ad EtherChannel, 802.1s/w Rapid Spanning Tree, Port Security, SmartPorts, and SSHv2.
LAN Base – Includes Layer 2 Base plus Advanced 802.1x, Advanced Access Lists (Layer 2-4 filtering, Time Based ACLs, Port Based ACLs), and Advanced QoS.
IP Base – Includes all the features of LAN Base, plus Edge IP Routing (Static, RIP, EIGRP-STUB & Basic PIM), HSRP/ VRRP, and GRE Tunneling.
IP Services – Includes all the features of IP Base plus full IP routing (EIGRP, OSPF & PIM), BGP, Policy Based Routing, GLBP, High Availability, Redundant PR+, Multi-VRF, WAN Protocols1, enhanced QoS functionality (NBAR)1, and Catalyst 6500 Virtual Switching System.
Advanced IP Services – Includes all the features of IP Services plus additional features including ISIS, MPLS, Layer 2 VPNs, Layer 3 VPNs, and IPv6.
Enterprise Services – Includes IPv6, all the features of IP Services and additional features for Layer 3 multi-protocol environments, such as AppleTalk Routing, IPX Routing, and IBM Networking Services.
Advanced Enterprise Services – Includes all the features of IP Services and Enterprise Services.

Wer weitere Informationen über Cisco Software benötigt sollte sich das White Paper: Cisco IOS and NX-OS Software Reference Guide unbeding mal anschauen.

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