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Topic # 150971 9-Aug-2014 14:45
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I'm looking at a Cisco 3560G switch. Up to 12.2.46 IOS there was IP Base, IP Services and Advanced IP Services, but from 12.2.50 (including 15.x) there is only IP base and IP Services.

Does someone know what happened here and what IP Services is missing?

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  Reply # 1106899 12-Aug-2014 10:14
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This document is a good place to start, it lists what features and services are in various IOS versions

http://www.cisco.com/web/partners/downloads/765/tools/quickreference/ciscoiospackaging-eng.pdf


For switches, this is what is included in the IP Base, IP Services, and Advanced IP Services

• IP Base
is a baseline set of Layer 2 and Layer 3 Cisco IOS Software services required to operate Cisco
Switches. IP Base includes all the features of LAN Base, plus Edge IP Routing (Static, RIP, & Basic PIM),
HSRP/ VRRP, and GRE Tunneling.
• Deployment Guidelines: LAN Wiring Closet

• IP Services
is an advanced Cisco IOS Software feature set that supports full IP routing capabilities. IP
Services includes all the features of IP Base plus full IP routing (EIGRP, OSPF & PIM), BGP, Policy Based
Routing, GLBP, High Availability, Redundant PR+, Multi-VRF, WAN Protocols*, and enhanced QoS
functionality (NBAR). Note Not all Switches support WAN Protocols and NBAR.
• Deployment Guidelines: Advanced Wiring Closet, Switch Aggregation (Distribution and Core)

• Advanced IP Services
is a comprehensive set of Cisco IOS Software features designed for IP-only
networks. It includes all the features of IP Services plus additional features including IS-IS, MPLS, Layer 2
VPNs, Layer 3 VPNs.
• Deployment Guidelines: Service Provider Environments, Enterprise: Campus WAN and Metro Edge


As for why the Advanced IP Services feature set was dropped after a certain IOS version, I don't know - perhaps someone else could answer that.



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  Reply # 1107704 13-Aug-2014 15:00
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impsycho: This document is a good place to start, it lists what features and services are in various IOS versions


Thanks for that. Very helpful.

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