I have a 3825 router with base config of 64MB CF and 256MB DRAM, both of which we wish to upgrade to 512MB CF and 1024MB DRAM.
I have requested from a local distributor to quote for these upgrades and they came back with the following parts numbers:
Now on placing the order for these items, the distributor comes back to me to say that we cannot order for the MEM3800-64U512CF alone, I am still yet to understand why.
But when I went to check out the specification of the router on the Cisco website, its written that the maximum the 3800 series CF can be upgraded to is 256MB (http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/routers/ps5855/prod_qas0900aecd8016a953.html).
Could someone kindly explain to me whether or not we can actually upgrade this router's CF to 512MB?
MEM3800-64U512CF is a factory upgrade from 64 MB to 512 MB. You cannot order this unless you are buying a new router or getting it replaced via RMA
MEM3800-512CF is the part you want if you are buying just the Compact Flash
For 1 GB DRAM, use MEM3800-512D x 2