3rd party RAM

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by lfnetworking, Nov 23, 2005.

  1. lfnetworking

    lfnetworking Guest

    I'll give this a second shot. According to info I received today
    there's no longer "approved" 3rd party memory? Is this true?

    Regardless, I'd still be interested in recommendations for reputable
    resellers of cisco compatible memory parts

    thanks
     
    lfnetworking, Nov 23, 2005
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  2. lfnetworking

    MC Guest

    lfnetworking wrote:
    > I'll give this a second shot. According to info I received today
    > there's no longer "approved" 3rd party memory? Is this true?
    >
    > Regardless, I'd still be interested in recommendations for reputable
    > resellers of cisco compatible memory parts
    >
    > thanks

    I buy third party memory mostly kingston, Keep spare cisco memory on hand

    If I have any issues and/or return router then minimum cisco memory goes
    back with the unit.
     
    MC, Nov 23, 2005
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