6 steps you will experience as your networking equipment nears end-of-life:
Step 1: End of Life Announcement
Cisco releases a statement of the product and part number that are no longer being distributed to the public.
Step 2: End of Sale
Cisco releases the last day to order the product.
Step 3: End of Software Maintenance Releases
Cisco’s engineering releases the last updated software for the product.
Step 4: End of Software Maintenance Support
Cisco stops updating and repairing software for the product.
Step 5: Last Support Before End of Life
Cisco allows customers to get service and support for the product until given date of end of life.
Step 6: End of Life
Product and part numbers are no longer available through Cisco.
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