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Installing firewall feature set on Cisco 1750

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What is the best way to put the firewall feature set on my 1750 -do I simply do a copy TFTP flash command to upgrade the IOS?  Is there something different I need to do?
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First thing you do is making a backup of your 1750 by copying the flash and config to your TFTP server. Than you can copy the flash with the router software to your 1750 and should do.

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Yes there are somethings you need to know :
1. Is your Flash memory big enough to handle the IOS image ??
i.e. if you have a 1 mb flash card and the image is 3 mb it won't work

2. Is your fysical memory big enough to run the firewall feature set ???

Futher on it is a pretty straight forward operation

Just place the IOS image on your TFTP server and copy it with

>copy tftp bla bla (i'm sure youknow the correct command)

Hope this suite's your needs

good luck

Bartt
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by:Silas
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just one more question Bartt,

I opened up the 1750 and I don't see anywhere to install another flash memory chip.  Do I need to replace the old one with the new -and basically reload the flash and config from TFTP?
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Yep if there is no other place for a new flash chip is that the only way to do it.
Make sure that you backup your config with the command
> copy config tftp bla bla

Bartt
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