Newbie router memory question

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by FranticInFresno, Jul 23, 2003.

  1. You may find the IOS version currently loaded in your router does not
    support all the nifty fuctions you want to experiement with.

    Depending on the feature sets of the IOS you select, you will find, when you
    go to upgrade, that each version requires a fixed minimum amount of DRAM
    and/or FLASH memory to work........ these Cisco IOS requirements should help
    dictate your installed amount of memory.

    Have fun!
    M.W.

    "There is something fascinating about science. One gets such wholesale
    returns of conjecture out of such trifling investments of fact."
    --Mark Twain
     
    FranticInFresno, Jul 23, 2003
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  2. FranticInFresno

    R Siffredi Guest

    Question: I have a cisco 2600 router. Is the amount of dram I need
    just based on the routing table size I expect. Otherwise, I plan on
    running a ton of voip and video through the router, with a small 50+
    routing table. Is there anY benefit to max the dram? buffers, qos,
    acls etc?

    TIA
     
    R Siffredi, Jul 23, 2003
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