RE: [nsp] 12.1(2)T

From: Scott Morris (
Date: Sat Jun 24 2000 - 13:08:07 EDT

The (T) versions will offer much greater command-set for QoS and some other
neat features. So if that's what you're interested in, go for it. I have
test routers running 12.1(T) code (rev 1 and 2) on 2500's, 2600's, 3600's
and 3810's currently.

Being an instructor, I'm not doing anything in live environments currently,
but don't know of any major caveats with those images that you couldn't...

Scott Morris, MCSE, CNE(3.x), CCDP (R&S), CCIE (R&S) #4713, Security
Specialization, CCNA - WAN Switching
CCSI #21903
Mentor Technologies Group, Inc.
Formerly Chesapeake Network Solutions
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-----Original Message-----
From: Jesper Skriver []
Sent: Saturday, June 24, 2000 12:55 PM
To: Paul Jacobs
Subject: Re: [nsp] 12.1(2)T

On Thu, Jun 22, 2000 at 06:08:45PM -0400, Paul Jacobs wrote:
> Is anyone running 12.1(2)T (LD) on a 2621 or a 3640 with FE ?
> How does it run?
> How is the security?, as stable as 12.0.7(T) ?

Any particular reason for going for 12.1(x)T train ?

12.1 mainline is the direct successor of the 12.0(x)T train, we have
good experiences with 12.1 on 36xx, 72xx and 75xx


Jesper Skriver, jesper(at)skriver(dot)dk  -  CCIE #5456
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