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Supervisor Engines !!! One more question [7:50279] posted 07/31/2002
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Hi Group
I  have to upgrade IOS in bootflash: (for MSFC2, 6509)
But I can not erase the old version.
    - Delete bootflash:    command can apply but not take effect .
Image file still stay in bootflash (of course I didn't try to erase the boot
image)
    - Copy tftp bootflash:  command doesn't have erase old image option.

I'm now booting the route processor from tftp server, but my customer didn't
like this solution.

The bootflash is protected from deleting ? rite ?
Anyone have experience with this situation.

Thank you in advance



----- Original Message -----
From: "MADMAN" 
To: 
Sent: Thursday, August 01, 2002 1:10 AM
Subject: Re: Supervisor Engines [7:50279]


> There is a big differance between the supI, supII and supIII,  The
> sup1 is for the 4003, the supII and III are for the 4006.  The supI and
> II run CATOS whereas the supIII runs IOS like a 6500 in native mode.
> The supIII has layer 3 capabilities, with a supII you require a seperate
> card for layer 3.  supII has a forwarding rate of 18MPPS, supIII 48MPPS.
>
>   One odd thing, Cisco is sooooo consistent, with the supIII ethernet
> interfaces are switchports by default, a 6500 running native are routed
> ports by default!!
>
>   The supIII will be supporting IPX this fall but only process switching
> so don't plan on running the supIII ipx in a larger ipx environment.
>
>   Dave
>
> Stuart Pittwood wrote:
> >
> > We're looking into replacing some of our old hubs/switches with a single
> > 4000 series switch.
> >
> > My question is what is the difference between supervisor engines I, II,
> > III?
> >
> > Any help appreciated
> > Thanks
> >
> > Stu
> --
> David Madland
> Sr. Network Engineer
> CCIE# 2016
> Qwest Communications Int. Inc.
> dave@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> 612-664-3367
>
> "Emotion should reflect reason not guide it"




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