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I just installed a VPN module into a 1750 series router.  How do I know if this module is accessible to the router -or if it has been properly installed?  Doe show controllers do anything for me?  If so -what should I be looking for?
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Silas it might be just a suggestion, maybe it's good to get your skills to CCNA
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Bartt -I am a CCNA -the show controllers command does not to show you the vpn module.  This router is unlike a 2500 series one -and is hard to work on in terms of hardware installation. -Do you know the command?
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Perhaps show version? It usually shows ports and modules (at least on the 7513 it does...)


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Any news?
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TRY
r1750#show crypto engine configuration
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Of couse you must have IOS with IPsec to work with VPN module
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What IOS version are you running? Please do a Show Ver for me.
What is the name (Cisco Part #) of the card you have installed.

Most likely you'll need to get an updated IOS version to support this card.  With this information, I will be able to tell you what minimum revision you'll need to support that module.

Thanks.

Joel
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