Inter Switch Link (ISL) 2611 Help!

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Hi All,

Happy New Year and all that fun stuff :/

I am trying to find support for ISL in a 2600 series IOS. I have found support
for IEEE 802.1q but not this. I don't have direct access to Cisco's site
because of internal politics and the tech guys said 4 weeks ago they would
look into it...still waiting. Can someone just give me a name of the IOS that
would have support for it or the subsets I should be looking for?

If I can give that to them I maybe able to move on abit quicker

Got to love politics

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Re: Inter Switch Link (ISL) 2611 Help!
On Mon, 09 Jan 2006 13:49:11 +0000, Min wrote:

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Requires a Cisco IOS (Plus) feature set.  send your tech guys this
information along with the following:
exact cisco router model
RAM installed
flash memory
...all of these things are available with the 'sho ver' command.

Re: Inter Switch Link (ISL) 2611 Help!
Hi Thanks for the info.

I have forward them the info I have.

2611 16mb Flash and 64Mb ram.

They have said it will not support ISL because it isn't 10/100?!?!

Is this true? I am sure I have seen support for ISL on 10mb.


On Mon, 09 Jan 2006 13:49:11 +0000, Min wrote:

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support
that

Requires a Cisco IOS (Plus) feature set.  send your tech guys this
information along with the following:
exact cisco router model
RAM installed
flash memory
..all of these things are available with the 'sho ver' command.

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Re: Inter Switch Link (ISL) 2611 Help!
It is true. Trunking (isl or dot1q) encapsulation requires a 100 Mbit
ethernet port.

Regards,

Steve.

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