[Chugalug] Cisco Catalyst Switch Manager 3.2 (for nonprofit organization)
dwrudy at gmail.com
Mon Mar 18 16:37:56 UTC 2013
After doing some more research on this, and talking with a number of folks
on another tech distro list I'm a member of (which I doubt many, if any of
you are on), I realize now that my request was asking you to do something
against Cisco's terms and quite probably illegal.
However, it seems that the Cisco Network Assistant, which is also a switch
GUI, will probably do the trick for us, and that is something both I and
the nonprofit organization I'm working with, has access to with our Guest
Level Cisco accounts.
TL:DR - my earlier email request was asking you to do something illegal.
However, we're fine.
On Sun, Mar 17, 2013 at 8:20 PM, David White <dwrudy at gmail.com> wrote:
> Would anyone by any chance have access to this and be willing to get the
> software to me? I'm not sure if this URL will work, but here's the page I'm
> on, on Cisco's site, to try and download it:
> Even though the software (and the switch) is EOL'd, it seems Cisco still
> requires a service contract before they let you download the software from
> their site. A Cisco user account not associated with a service contract
> (like mine) doesn't have access to it.
> I'm helping a nonprofit right now out in Colorado, and they had a spare
> Catalyst 2950 they want me to use to replace some smaller, unmanaged
> switches for them.
> I was going to configure the switch via console cable, but they want to be
> able to use the GUI once I'm gone in case they want to make changes to it.
> David White
> Founder & CEO
> *CENTS *
> Computing, Equipping, Networking, Training & Supporting
> Nonprofit Organizations Worldwide
> http://developCENTS.com <http://developcents.com/>
Founder & CEO
Computing, Equipping, Networking, Training & Supporting
Nonprofit Organizations Worldwide
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