VPN, Cisco style

Stephen Hope shope at ENERGIS-EIS.CO.UK
Thu Jan 11 16:12:45 EST 2001

I think you need the IP Plus s/w version to get the crypto on some models,
biut I havent checked recently.

I also think you need to get the option for s/w with the DES or 3DES license
- this is always an add on because of the various varients allowed in
different countries.


		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Baumgardner, James [mailto:gecko at MOSTLYGIZZARDS.COM]
		Sent:	11 January 2001 18:22
		Subject:	VPN, Cisco style

		I recently bought a Cisco 2600.  It does not appear to
support VPN, but I
		thought it did.  When I type crypto, it does not recognize

		I'm thinking I should have paid more attention when I bought
		Any suggestions?


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