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RE: Fixed IOS datestamps?

  • From: Matthew Kaufman
  • Date: Thu Jul 17 15:05:17 2003

I had the same problem, with no resolution from any of my contacts yet
either (perhaps they're busy?)... In my case, 12.2(14)S is a recommended
option for 7200s (but built a while back), but that leaves me wondering
about 12.2(14)S2 and 12.2(14)S3 (the last of which was at least built

Perhaps someone on the list has already compiled a quick "here's a good set
of releases for ISPs" list that covers the obvious router choices?

I'm also having trouble deciphering whether or not there's an "old enough"
release that isn't affected by the bug for 2511 and 2611, since the bug tool
data isn't the same as the vulnerability announcement list.

Matthew Kaufman
[email protected]

> -----Original Message-----
> From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On 
> Behalf Of Scott Call
> Sent: Thursday, July 17, 2003 11:52 AM
> To: [email protected]
> Subject: Fixed IOS datestamps?
> I started collecting the new IOS files for tonight's reboot of the 
> Internet, and I had a quick question.
> The datestamps on a lot of the maintainence releases are 
> months old, and 
> I just want to make sure I'm getting the right stuff, as they 
> say, so we 
> don't have to do this dance again tomorrow.
> For example, 12.0S users are recommended to go to 12.0(25)S, which at 
> least for the GSR is dated April 14, 2003.
> Do I have the right build of 12.0(25)S or will there be one 
> with a date 
> closer to the revelation of the exploit showing up on the 
> cisco FTP site?
> Thanks
> -Scott