USB usability in ISR routers

In his USB Usability Q&A article, Scott Morris states that ISR routers (1800, 2800, 3800) use USB port for security keys. While that's definitely true, the usability of the USB ports go way beyond that. Once you insert a USB token into the port (and IOS release 12.4 recognizes tokens up to at least 1GB), you get a generic storage device (usbflash0: and/or usbflash1:) that can be used to:

1 comment:

  1. Take a look at a writeup I did here if your wanting to configure your ISR with a USB token or flash:

    http://6200networks.com/?p=165

    Joe

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