IOS upgrade

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Hi Guys,

Where would one obtain a recent IOS for a lonely router from ?
Cisco isn't interested, and the reseller's first question is: "How many
thousands did you say you wanted a 3-year contract for ?"
Well, doh, I just want an IOS for my only, non-corporate, CCNA exercise
router, and I am not interested in a contract.
Any legal ideas ?   Any other ?

Richard.



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Hi Richard,

You may wish to investigate the Cisco Software Relicense Headquarters:

http://www.bradreese.com/cisco-software-relicense.htm

Hope this helps.

Brad Reese on Cisco
Network World Magazine Cisco Subnet
http://www.networkworld.com/subnets/cisco /



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www.google.com
search IOS hunter
download free copy
then look for the IOS for your platform


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Nospa wrote:

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I think it stinks that cisco give the IOS for free for educational purposes
to help us poor students out. It should be in their own interest.


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Pipex (my ISP) has changed something, so you now need an e-mail address in a
domain that actually exists.  So me@some(REMOVE-THIS)where.com is no longer
allowed.  I suppose the idea is that spam MUST be received by someone (try
to work out why the ISP insists on that).
So, instead of thanking you for your excellent contributions to this thread,
you get this largely meaningless crap from me.

Richard



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