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How to obtain Cisco router software updates

Posted on 2004-07-30
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It seems I need some updated software for two used Cisco routers we got to have as backups in case clients had problems.
I've read elsewhere that Cisco refuses to update routers that are not still with the original owners.

Can you shed enlightenment on how to get the newer software for these routers so they can be meaningful loaners?
One is a 2514 with 11.2(14) (may not be a supported configuration...)
One is a 1720 with 12.1(3).  I'm trying to get this one to make use of a 1ENET card.
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you have to get a support contract with cisco to download it, it wont work if you do not have it. And these contract are *Expensive*... if you do not have one, try to find someone who does, and have him send it to you.


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Studio:

Can you please send me a copy of the IOS for 1720? I having problem using 1ENET card because it's still running IOS 12.1.(0.8)Thanks in advance.
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