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1941 routers

Mar 23, 2012 12:02 AM

Amos 85 posts since
Apr 14, 2011

hi guys,

 

i have a cisco1941/k9 router on which i wanted to configure IPsec and found that it doesnt support it.

upon contacting my cisco reseller, i have been told that i need a cisco sec/k9 as it is the one which

will support IPsec. question is, do they mean i cant upgrade the IOS on the 1941/k9 to an IOS that

will support IPsec?? does this mean 1941 is un-upgradeable??? now am stuck and my boss is fuming,

I might

lose my job for purchasing the wrong equipment!

 

please guys, HELP!

  • Andrea Florio 98 posts since
    Feb 10, 2011
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    1. Mar 23, 2012 6:45 AM (in response to Amos)
    Re: 1941 routers

    they are talking about ios image feature set... on cisco feature navigator, i found quite some images supporting ipsec vpn tunnels.. did you already gave it a try?

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    2. Mar 23, 2012 8:29 AM (in response to Amos)
    Re: 1941 routers

    1941 will support IPSec, but you need to purchase the license for it if you are using newer 15.x code on it.  The new modular featureset code design allows for a single image that can support lots of features, but results in lower initial purchase price for everyone.  When you need a feature, you buy the license, Cisco sends you the PAK, and you get it put on the device.  Reload and you're good to go!

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