[nsp] Recommended Cisco 7401 IOS Release

Jared Mauch jared at puck.nether.net
Mon Nov 3 13:15:34 EST 2003

	I've been having decent luck with 12.2(18)S1
as of late.

	there are a few problems with the image that i've seen but
none that are criticaly fatal that will prevent deployment.  Cisco
is also planning on fixing them for the next 18S2 release.

	I'm using the release on both 7200 and 7500's.  Can't
speak specifically about 7400's but I suspect your luck will be
very similar to my 7200 experiences.

	- jared

On Fri, Oct 31, 2003 at 12:52:20PM -0000, Darren Smith wrote:
> Hi Folks
> I was wondering if anyone fancies offering a recommended release these days
> for the Cisco 7401 routers :-)
> I had to turn PXF off 2 months ago and most of them been stable as a rock on
> 12.2(14)S3 apart from one that likes to reset bgp sessions at random every
> few days and the cpu usage climbing with PXF off.
> I notice we're now on 12.2(14)S5 on the S train, 12.2(16)B2 on the B train,
> and 12.2(15)T8 on the T train!
> Then we've got the 12.3 releases with 12.3.3a as the latest :)
> My only real requirements are:
> 	PXF + Netflow
> 	DOT1Q
> 	BGP (for peering at exchanges and whatnot)
> Any thoughts?
> Best Regards
> Darren Smith
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