Dominik Pickhardt of Network Autobahn comments:
It is quiet hard to track software release streams and available features sets across the different Cisco switch and router familys. I have been more than one time get confused with the same software release version on different platforms that has different feature sets. It is not nice when there is a feature missing that you had expected. Cisco has addressed that problem finally with the 16.x Denali release. Cisco has worked on the Denali release for 3 years to bring a unified SW release across multiple platforms.
Cisco is doing some interesting things with their software development models now. Read on for Dominik’s thoughts.
Read more at: Cisco IOS XE Denali @ NFD11
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