Thanks again for the tip... I'm now enabled to fetch 3des images. I am
having a rough time finding 2500 and 3600 images however. I noticed in
your message you had a 12.0.18S listed. But I see no such thing in teh
12.0.18S directory, only 7200, 7500 and 12000 platforms... Where did you
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On 12 Aug 2001, Robert E. Seastrom wrote:
> kevin graham <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > > one exists (your sales rep can probably help you obtain a copy),
> > Is this a secret image (do you have a filename)? Feature Navigator
> > completely drops the 2500 from the platform list as soon as ssh server is
> > selected.
> -r--r--r-- 2 ftpadmin ftpint 7142036 Aug 2 01:18 c2500-k4p-l.120-16.S3
> -r--r--r-- 2 ftpadmin ftpint 7173276 Jul 11 15:19 c2500-k4p-l.120-17.S1
> -r--r--r-- 2 ftpadmin ftpint 7265180 Aug 2 01:59 c2500-k4p-l.120-18.5.S
> -r--r--r-- 2 ftpadmin ftpint 7224000 Aug 2 01:49 c2500-k4p-l.120-18.S
> > > although it is practically too slow on the 2500 platform
> > Yeah, I'd assumed it would suck, but we're just using them for infrequent
> > console access, so I figured I'd see just how bad it was before ruling it
> > out.
> about 15 seconds to do your login. It's not heinously bad, but it's
> inconvenient and annoying. Your NOC staff members may resort to
> covert acts of passive aggression and vandalism to express their
> displeasure. :)
> HOW TO GET THEM (following is the "README.crypto-images" from a 12.0S
> subdirectory on ftpeng.cisco.com). Use step 5 and log in with your
> CCO login.
> Instructions for accessing 12.0S crypto images on www.cisco.com.
> NOTE: As of December 6, 1999 56bit images (designated with "k3")
> will be available directly on ftpeng.cisco.com along with
> the non-encrypted images.
> 1) Access www.cisco.com with your web browser.
> 2) login to CCO using your CCO user ID and login password.
> 3) Go to: http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/crypto/crypto_main.pl
> and apply for the desired crypto image:
> Select either:
> - 56 bit Normal IOS 12.0
> - Triple DES Strong IOS 12.0
> NOTE: you need to apply for access to 56-bit and 3DES seperately.
> NOTE: when you complete the web appproval process it will say
> "You can now download..", but YOU CAN'T access 12.0S images
> via the web interface. You must ftp directly into ftp.cisco.com.
> 4) After you complete the CCO web approval, you must QUIT out of
> all existing ftp sessions to www.cisco.com
> 5) ftp ftp.cisco.com
> To access 56 bit images:
> NOTE: 56 bit images are available on ftpeng.cisco.com with the
> the non-encrypted images in the build set.
> NOTE: 56 bit images now are designated with -k3
> To access 3DES images:
> cd /cisco/crypto/3DES/ios/beta/wizjam/nextlevel
> ls (you should be able to see the images)
> NOTE: 3DES images now are designated with -k4
> The SSH images in the S train are:
> c7200-k3p-mz 7200/Service Provider/SSH-DES
> c7200-k4p-mz 7200/Service Provider/SSH-3DES
> rsp-k3pv-mz 7500/VIP/Service Provider/SSH-DES
> rsp-k4pv-mz 7500/VIP/Service Provider/SSH-3DES
> gsr-k3p-mz GSR/Service Provider/SSH-DES
> gsr-k4p-mz GSR/Service Provider/SSH-3DES
> Additional SSH-3DES images are available for other platforms
> 2500, 2600, 3620, 3640, and 4500
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