Cisco IOS support

Hi,

How to check if certain cisco IOS support certain feature ?

We have c1900-universalk9-mz.SPA.154-3.M3.bin came with Cisco router 1941. Its enabled for ipbase but not for security. Wondering weather it supports Ipsec configuration or not ! In the cisco site there is no mention of this IOS ! Any one able to configure IPsec on this IOS platform ?

Thanks and regards
Deepak MuralidharanAsked:
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Ernie BeekExpertCommented:
Have a look at: http://tools.cisco.com/ITDIT/CFN/jsp/SearchBySoftware.jsp
Looks like it supports IPSec.

screenshot
AlexBlinovCommented:
Yes you can. You would need security feature set.
You can just enable trial, it will never expired anyway.
You can check current status by doing - "show license".

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Deepak MuralidharanAuthor Commented:
how do I enable the feature in IOS ? is it same like in nexus ?

current license showing "not enabled"
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gheistCommented:
trial ipsec is rate-limited.
AlexBlinovCommented:
R1(config)#license boot module c1900 technology-package securityk9
Deepak MuralidharanAuthor Commented:
Thanks Alex
gheistCommented:
IPSES will work without any licence, just that it will be like 4Mbps,15Mbps or something like that artificially limited.
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