Cisco Configuration Professional Discovery madness

dwojcikdwojcik Posts: 1Registered Users ■□□□□□□□□□
Please forgive me in advance...

My expertise is in Fibre Channel Networking, I am playing with VOIP mostly for fun...And I am looking for a sanity check...

I have a 3560G-48 Switch running Version 15.0(2)SE9, which is connected into a 2821 Router on Version 15.1(4)M8, and I seem to have them largely configured the way that I need them to be...

I am trying to get them both connected to Cisco Configuration Professional V 2.8 running on a Windows 10 Pro desktop;
I have resolved the issues with Windows 10, and with Java, and have ensured that I am starting as administrator.;

The application open correctly, and is able to create the connection to the 3560G...so far so good;

The issue appears to be discovering the 2821... The process fails with an error message indicating that the 2821 is not supported; I am having a hard time reconciling that with the release notes which state the following...



[TH][/TH]
[TH][/TH]


q


Cisco 2800
CISCO2801
CISCO2811
CISCO2821
CISCO2851


Cisco 2900
CISCO2901/K9
CISCO2911/K9
CISCO2921/K9
CISCO2951/K9







and ...



[TH]Router Model[/TH]
[TH]Minimum Cisco Configuration Professional-Supported Cisco IOS Versions[/TH]




Cisco 2800 series
12.4(9)T


Cisco 2900 series
15.0(1)M



Is there something I am missing here??

My boot image is: c2800nm-adventerprisek9_ivs_li-mz.151-4.M8.bin...

I had thought that K9 in the filename indicated that it contained the cryptographic functions, but I am connecting in the "insecure" method...

Is is simply complaining that I am trying to connect to a K9 image?
Do I need to downgrade to a non-K9 image to get this to work?
Or is this a Red Herring?

Many Thanks in advance!

Douglas

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