From: neal rauhauser (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Nov 11 2002 - 11:45:20 PST
IOS images with T are experimental. I ran 12.2T without too much grief
until 12.2.8T, and after a few weeks of malarky I scrubbed every 26xx on
my network and put 12.2.10b on instead ... and all BGP troubles evaporated.
I can't comment on netflow specific troubles but in general 12.2.8T
acted as if it was beyond a medication check and in need of some quiet
time in a little rubber room some where. Unless you're really using IPv6
a lot, I'd pitch it and go with the mainline release.
Alexander Serkin wrote:
> Has anybody seen this: arts files are not readable if netflow
> is exported from 2610 (IOS 12.2.8T), The same router with IOS
> 12.2.4T1 exports readable arts files. The arts files produced by cflow
> from router with IOS 12.2(12.6) are unreadable again.
> What's wrong there ?
> The unreadability looks like the artsnets utility executed against the
> arts file gives no output at all.
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