[c-nsp] warm-reboot on c1712
mm at elabnet.de
Sat Oct 2 07:35:38 EDT 2004
thanks for the info. at least I can stop trying to find out wether I'm
to dumb to locate the feature..
although being sad that Cisco hasn't documented this in the common
12.3(x)T release notes with according platform information
and that warm upgrade - a real key feature in my eyes - won't be avail
on the 1700. I'm in doubt that it is due to memory limitiations but more
marketing reasons: current 1712 with 96MB and 12.3(11)T uses 30% of the
available process-mem in a full-featured SoHo-config..
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Siva Valliappan [mailto:svalliap at cisco.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, September 29, 2004 12:58 AM
> To: Michael Markstaller
> Cc: cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net
> Subject: RE: [c-nsp] warm-reboot on c1712
> Hi Michael,
> i discussed this issue with the 1700 team. IOS Warm Reload is
> currently only supported in 12.3(4)XQ on the 1712. 12.3(4)XQ is
> a special release of IOS for the 1700. It will be available in
> 12.3()T at the next release of 12.3T (so it's a couple of
> months away).
> Feature Navigator in this case is wrong. we will get it fixed.
> on a related note, the next feature in the warm reload series - warm
> upgrade - is available as of 12.3(11)T. if anybody plays around
> with it and has feedback, i would love to hear it :)
> btw we are not supporting Warm Upgrade on the 1700 because of memory
> limitations. and i am aware that FN is currently not displaying
> warm upgrade support :( we are fixing it.
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