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Cisco IOS Software Releases 12.1 Special and Early Deployments

Cisco IOS Software Release 12.1(3)XQ

Document ID: 20317




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Description of the Release

 
Cisco IOS® Software Release 12.1(3)XQ is an ED release (XED) optimized for the following platforms: Cisco AS5350, Cisco UBR 7200, Cisco 2600, Cisco 3620, Cisco 3640, and the Cisco 3660. 

This release introduces a new platform: the Cisco AS5350 and a new IOS feature, Broadband Wireless, on Cisco 2600, Cisco 36XX and UBR7200. 

Any early deployment (ED) release of software should be used in a test network before being deployed in a production network.

Product and Feature Support

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Features

The Cisco IOS Software Release 12.1(3)XQ  will support the following platforms:
Image name Memory 
Requirements
c5350-is-mz 
c5350-js-mz
ubr7200-is-mz
ubr7200-ik1s-mz
c2600-is-mz
c2600-ik2s-mz
c3620-is-mz
c3620-ik2s-mz
c3640-is-mz
c3640-ik2s-mz
c3660-is-mz
c3660-ik2s-mz
Cisco AS5350 See Release Note
Cisco UBR 7200 See Release Note
Cisco 2600 See Release Note
Cisco 3600 See Release Note

The Cisco AS5350 is a next generation midrange Universal Gateway Platform. It will be the only 2 PRI access platform on the market that will provide voice and data in a compact 1 RU form factor with carrier class features including hot swappable cards, hot swappable fan tray, and NEBS complaint. The product leverages the existing Motherboard and will support existing Dial Feature Cards. The motherboard features include 2 Fast Ethernet ports, 2T serial ports and R7K MIPS Technology. The Key DFC deliverables with this program are the DFC-2/4 PRI and DFC-NP60 Cards.

Broadband Wireless (Point to Multi-point):
This IOS Feature, Point-to-Multi-Point (P2MP) Wireless System, is an integrated broadband wireless solution consisting of a Head-End router (UBR 7246/7223), and multiple Subscriber (SU) routers (2600/36xx). 

Note:
The features delivered with this XED release will be immediately incorporated into Cisco IOS Software Release 12.2(1)T and subsequent Cisco IOS 12.2T releases. 

Support Pages 

For more information, consult the following web pages: 

Release Documentation

Parent Release Documentation Other Links
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  • Cisco IOS Field Notices
  • Cisco IOS Reference Guide
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Target Market

Cisco Systems, Inc. released Cisco IOS Software Release 12.1(3)XQ as a short-lived X release. It is targeted for the small to mid sized ISP and enterprise market requiring innovative remote access. 

Lifecycle of Release

 
Cisco IOS Reference Guide
 
Milestones Y2K Compliance Release Designation
CCO FCS: October 16, 2000

MFG FCS: October 26, 2000

Yes
XED Release

Maintenance Releases

Projected Release Dates for Cisco IOS Software Product Bulletin

It is highly recommended that Release Notes are used to determine if a maintenance release should be used. Release Notes provide announcements of new features and a summary of known caveats at the time of the renumber. 

Maintenance Cycle: Download
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Cisco IOS Software 12.1(3)XQ -
No maintenance plans for an X release.
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Interim Builds

Short-lived X releases do not provide interim builds. 


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Recommended Customer Migration Path

 
Cisco IOS Software 12.1(3)XQ will migrate to 12.2(2)T. To collect maintenance fixes it is recommended to migrate to Cisco IOS Software Release 12.2(2)T or later 12.2T maintenance releases.

To view the projected release date of 12.2(1)T see the Projected Release Dates for Cisco IOS Software Product Bulletin



Updated: Feb 18, 2003 Document ID: 20317