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Topic # 109847 27-Sep-2012 20:39
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Hi,

Does anyone know whether it is possible to retrieve old Cisco IOS from Cisco website. I am looking for an IOS for router 2503. It has the oldest IOS version ie 11.1.

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  Reply # 692482 27-Sep-2012 20:46
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Send me an email tim@muppetz.com tomorrow and I'll see what I can do for you.

Mods: No need to hide my email address.  I have antispam that works just fine.

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  Reply # 692488 27-Sep-2012 20:54
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muppet: Send me an email tim@muppetz.com tomorrow and I'll see what I can do for you.

Mods: No need to hide my email address.  I have antispam that works just fine.


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  Reply # 692506 27-Sep-2012 21:27
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i found this the other day looking for IOS not sure if it is a cisco server or someone that has got a copy of them all. you might find what you are after there

ftp://213.141.145.240/pub/Soft/Cisco/IOS/



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  Reply # 692617 28-Sep-2012 07:45
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what is the username and password



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  Reply # 692618 28-Sep-2012 07:52
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Hi,

Please provide the username and password for the ftp site.

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  Reply # 692660 28-Sep-2012 08:32
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It did not ask me for a username and password. i just used my browser to access it not an ftp client. 





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  Reply # 692670 28-Sep-2012 08:46
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i copy pasted the url and it prompted me for username and password

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  Reply # 692673 28-Sep-2012 08:53
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not sure then sorry i just clicked on the link above and it went with out any problem.

I have just tied it in IE and Chrome and no problem at all 

try this link it goes right to the 25xx series ftp://213.141.145.240/pub/Soft/Cisco/IOS/25xx/





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  Reply # 692674 28-Sep-2012 08:54
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It works with "anonymous" as the username and an email address as the password. The status messages are in Cyrillic so it's probably not a Cisco server!



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  Reply # 692675 28-Sep-2012 08:55
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I will try to browse each sub-folder rather than enter the url.



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  Reply # 692687 28-Sep-2012 09:02
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Thank you very much everyone. I couldnot find the IOS currently on the device now but something near to it. with so many old IOS' loaded on atht ftp server i can give few of them a try. Really appreaciate the quick feedback from Geekzone.



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  Reply # 692723 28-Sep-2012 09:33
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I have loaded the IOS. Things have come up. Is it fine to use IOS from that website?

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  Reply # 692756 28-Sep-2012 09:51
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I am using it on an 1841 and have had no problem

id say this person has managed to aquire the IOS images from some where and decided to share.

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  Reply # 692761 28-Sep-2012 09:56
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I'm not sure share is the right word.. when there are licening agreements attached to the IOS's (they are an OS for a device afterall)

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