Lab 3.2.2 Using show version to Create an Inventory List

Task 1: Determine the Capabilities of the IOS of a Cisco 1841 ISR

Step 1: Inspect the installed IOS
a. Referring to Topology 1, connect the console (or rollover) cable to the console port on the router and the other cable end to the host computer with a DB-9 or DB-25 adapter to the COM 1 port. Ensure that power has been applied to both the host computer and router.
b. Establish a HyperTerminal or other terminal emulation program connection to the router.
c. From the privileged EXEC mode prompt of the terminal, issue the show versioncommand. Record the following details:
Results will vary; examples shown.
IOS version ______ Versi 12.4(1c)
Name of the system image (IOS) file ______ 1841-ipbase-mz.124-1c.bin
IOS Feature Set _______ IP BASE
Date of code build ________ Compiled Tue 25-Oct-05
Where the router IOS image booted from _______ROM: System
Bootstrap, Version 12.4(13r)T
Type of processor board _______ Processor board ID FTX1118X09K
Amount of DRAM _______128 MB
Number of Ethernet interfaces _____ 2
Number of serial interfaces _____ 2
Amount of NVRAM ______191K bytes of NVRAM
Amount of flash memory _____31360K bytes of ATA CompactFlash
Configuration register ______ 0×2102
d. Issue the show flash command. Record the following details:
The amount of flash memory available and used ______ 126976 bytes available (31805440 bytes used)
The size of the IOS file ______ 13937472 bytes
e. Issue the show running-configuration command. Record features that indicate what the router
is capable of.
ip subnet-zero, ip cef, ip classless

Step 2: Examine the IOS feature set on Cisco.com (1)
a. Go to the website http://www.cisco.com.
b. Remember that the Cisco main website changes frequently. The steps listed here representative of the procedure for accessing the resources. If the options do not appear as listed, please check with your instructor or use the cisco.com search functions to find the IOS Software Selector.
c. Roll over the Support tab and select Support.
d. On the Support page, under Frequently Used Resources, click Tools & Resources.
e. At the bottom of the Tools & Resources page, click the Show All Tools button to display tools by category.
f. Scroll to the Software section.
g. Click Cisco IOS Software Selector.
h. Click Search by Release/Product Code/Platform.
1)
2)
3)
At Platform select: 1841. Click Continue.
At Release select: 12.4(3c)
At Feature Set select: IP BASE
Print or select and save the search results.
NOTE: The list of features may be more than 10 printed pages.
i. Examine the listed features. From your understanding of IOS features, group three or four features
under headings such as:
Answers vary; examples include:
Routing: _____ EIRGP, OSPF, RIP
Security: ____VPN, L2TP, RADIUS
IP Services: _____ DHCP, NAT
Converged Services: _____ LLQ, QoS, WFQ
Network Management:______ SNMP, SSH, CDP
Other: _____ WAN______ Frame Relay, ISDN, PPP

Step 3: Examine the IOS feature set on Cisco.com (2)
a. If your IOS version is different than the IOS version in Step 2, repeat this search using your IOS version. Record your results.
b. Compare this list of features with the list from Step 2.

Step 4: Clean up
Erase any configurations and reload the router. Disconnect and store the cabling. For PC hosts that are normally connected to other networks (such as the school LAN or to the Internet), reconnect the appropriate cabling and restore the TCP/IP settings.


Task 2: Determine the Capabilities of the IOS of a Cisco 2960 Switch

Step 1: Inspect the installed IOS
a. Referring to Topology 2, connect the console cable to the console port on the switch and the other cable end to the host computer with a DB-9 or DB-25 adapter to the COM 1 port. Ensure that power has been applied to both the host computer and switch.
b. Establish a HyperTerminal or other terminal emulation program to the switch.
c. From the privileged EXEC mode prompt of the terminal, issue the show versioncommand. Record the following details:
Results will vary; examples shown.
IOS version __________ Version 12.2(25)SEE3
Name of the system image (IOS) file _______ c2960-lanbase-mz.122-
25.SEE3
IOS Feature Set _________ LAN BASE
Date of code build __________ Compiled Thu 26-Dec-10
Type of processor board and processor ___________ Processor board ID FOC1122Z4BJ, PowerPC405 processor
Amount of DRAM _________ 64 MB
Number of Fast Ethernet interfaces _____ 24
Number of Gigabit Ethernet interfaces _____ 2
Amount of NVRAM ___________ 64K bytes of NVRAM
Amount of flash memory ___________ 32514048 bytes total
Configuration register ___________ 0xF
d. Issue the show flash command. Record the following details:
The amount of flash memory available and used __________ 32514048 bytes total (24804864 bytes free)
The size of the IOS file __________ 7709184 bytes

Step 2: Examine the IOS feature set on Cisco.com (1)
a. Go to the website http://www.cisco.com.
b. Roll over the tab and select Support.
c. On the Support page, under Frequently Used Resources, click Tools & Resources.
d. At the bottom of the Tools & Resources page, click the Show All Tools button to display tools by category.
e. Scroll to the Software section.
f. Click Cisco IOS Software Selector – Cisco Feature Navigator.
g. Click Search by Platform.
1) At Platform select: CAT2960. Click Continue.
2) At Major Release select: 12.2SEE (The screen will refresh after each selection)
3) At Release select: 12.2(25)SEE3
4) At Feature Set select: LAN BASE
Print or select and save the search results.
h. Examine the listed features. From your understanding of IOS features group 1 or 2 features under headings such as:
Answers vary; examples include:
Routing: ___________ None (Layer 2 switch)
Security: ___________ RADIUS, ACL
IP Services: ________ DHCP
Converged Services: ________ AutoQoS
Network Management: _________NMP, SSH, CDP
Other: ___________ IEEE 802.1Q, STP

Step 3: Examine the IOS feature set on Cisco.com (2)
a. If your IOS version is different than the IOS version in Step 2, repeat this search using your IOS version. Record your results.
b. Compare this list of features with the list from Step 2.

Step 4: Clean up
Erase any configurations and reload the switch. Disconnect and store the cabling. For PC hosts that are normally connected to other networks (such as the school LAN or to the Internet), reconnect the appropriate cabling and restore the TCP/IP settings.

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