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2620 IOS and IP SLA command

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I am running two Cisco 2620 routers in my home lab, and want to configure them with IP SLA.

However, the version of IOS I am running (c2600-IPBASEK9-M, ver 12.4(23)), does not seem to fully support this.

The only two commands I can use are:
IP SLA MONITOR RESPONDER
IP SLA MONITOR KEY-CHAIN

Which does not allow me to setup the testing side of the configuration.

I need to be able to do the following:
IP SLA 10
   UDP-JITTER 10.1.1.1 16800 source-ip 10.2.2.2 codec g711ulaw
   tos 184
   frequency 300
IP SLA SCHEDULE 10 life forever start-time now

What version of IOS do I need to be running to fully support IP SLA?  (I tried loading a different version of IOS, but that took be backwards to the older RTR commands.)

Thank you,
Jeff
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sysreq2000,

Do you know where I can DL a 12.4(24)T version of the IPBASE IOS then?  I do not have one.  

Or even just any one of those other "T" versions.  It looks like that is what I need, but do not have.

Thank you,
Jeff
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Hi Jeff,

You need a valid Cisco CCO account to download IOS images. Please reach out to the Cisco team to set this up or e-mail  me at nikkineccle@gmail.com to discuss further. Also note, it may be possible to find IOS images on the internet, but I would be very cautious and only recommend getting software upgrades through Cisco.
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Hi Jeff, Leeee is right IOS's are copyrighted and just owning the router doesn't give license to any IOSfor it. I would recommend buying a Smartnet support contract for your routers....they're not too expensive and will give you access to the cisco repository of IOS's where you can download what you need. Plus you get support for your routers. :-)
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Thanks to you both...I at least have my answer.
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