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Converting Fron A Cisco 1841 Router To A Cisco 2900 Router

Cisco takes aim at fakers with anti-piracy tool

The IOS (Firmware) of the 1841 is not compatible with Cisco 2900. So i think you want the configuration of the Cisco 1841. You can copy the running-config to a TFTP server (copy running-config tftp), or copy the running-config to usb stick (copy running-config usbflash0). To put the config on the Cisco 2900.
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The firms senior vice president for public sector, Patrick Finn, told Nextgov that increasing numbers of rogue partners pretend to posses Cisco accreditation but are in fact selling bogus software and hardware. Undercover investigators from the US Government Accountability Office are said to have uncovered 40 quotes for counterfeit parts from online retailers based in China after placing orders for electronics between August 2011 and February 2012. Cisco has a whole section of its partner site devoted to such matters, including a case study example of a reseller who purchased 40 Cisco 1841 Integrated Services Routers from a broker and sold them on to a government department using the official channels. However, the department was not satisfied with the provenance of the kit, as Cisco explains : Cisco traced the serial numbers to the original routers, two of which were installed in a clients network in Asia Pacific. Cisco Brand Protection team members photographed the serial numbers of the original routers and provided this evidence to the government department. After further investigation, it was found that the 40 Cisco 1841 Integrated Services Routers had been illegally modified to a Security (K9) bundle, which costs twice the price of a standard version. Market watcher IHS iSuppli reported last month that the number of high risk suppliers selling counterfeit tech products to US government and other customers has grown by two thirds since 2002. Although the analyst admitted it is difficult to pinpoint the origin of parts, given that key markings are often falsified, China and the US were fingered as the top two locations for suppliers engaged in dodgy dealings. Last year was a record one for fake parts, with 1363 counterfeit incidents reported by iSuppli.
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Coming soon: Wireless Cisco multi-function router

Theres no reason to not do it, Kerravala said during an interview, adding he predicts Cisco may also add Wide Area File Services (WAFS) technology http://www.prodec.co.uk/products/hp-proliant-bl490c-g7-603599r-b21-blade-server-refurbished-1-x-intel-xeon-x5670-293ghz which is designed to reduce the amount of time it takes to access and save files over wide-area networks - to the ISR routers. The ISR series is aimed at small to mid-sized firms, and at large enterprises operating branch offices. Cisco officials would not say when the company plans to launch a wireless version of ISR or what the product will be named, nor would they release other details. The ISR family includes: the 1841 Router, aimed at small to mid-sized organizations, which has intrusion prevention, firewall and virtual private networking capability; the 2800 series, which supports both security functions and voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), and targets mid-sized businesses and large organizations operating branch offices; and the 3800 series, which supports security, VoIP and power over Ethernet. Since it was launched last fall, the ISR series has accounted for about 60 per cent of Ciscos edge router sales, Cisco Canadas vice-president for channel operations, Steve Simmons, said during a media briefing Monday. With ISR, its the fastest ramp-up of any product weve ever had, said John Chambers, Ciscos president and chief executive officer, who made his remarks during Tuesdays general session. Chambers said a big question for Cisco and its partners is how to design voice, video and data networking products tailored to the small and medium-sized business (SMB) market, which for Cisco is growing more quickly than the enterprise and service provider markets. He added vendors need to sell products designed to solve business problems for specific industries such as retail and health care rather than products designed only with a function in mind, such as storage, security or wireless.
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