eh.....just from reading the cisco product guide, the 1600 series will
take IPSec. According to this you need part number CD16-CL-12.0, IOS
12.0(3), 4mb Flash RAM & 12mb DRAM. The 12mb of DRAM is more than the
default for a 1600, so you need a RAM upgrade..an 8mb SIMM for a 1600 is
part no MEM1600-8D=
This is all outta the product guide, so I hope I've copied it down right.
And seen as I played with a IOS for the first time ever today, you'd prob
want to double check that :)
On Fri, 5 May 2000, It appears Martin Feeney said.......
> I've got a bunch of 1600 series cisco routers (2x1605 and a 1601). Anyone
> have any ideas what I need (software/upgrade-wise) to get IPSec running on
> them? Is it even possible with this series? The 2 1605s have IOS 12.0 on
> them and they're the ones I need to run IPSec on.
>> I'd happily install linux boxes behind them all and run FreeS/WAN on them,
> but I can't currently (I've already got a linbox behind the 1601).
>> I'm not the official sysadmin or network engineer, just the guy who has a
> vague notion how these things work.
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